Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin 2010

online supplement

Acquisitions July 1, 2009– June 30, 2010

Within these lists, objects in the departments of American Paintings and Sculpture, American Decorative Arts, Asian Art, European Art, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Prints, Drawings, and Photographs are alphabetized by artist, then ordered by date, then alphabetized by title, then ordered by accession number. Objects in the departments of African Art, Ancient Art, Art of the Ancient Americas, and Coins and Medals are ordered chronologically, then alphabetized by title, then ordered by accession number. Circa (ca.) is used to denote that a work is executed sometime around the date given. For all objects, principal medium is given first, followed by other

media in order of importance. Dimensions are given in inches followed by centimeters in parentheses; height precedes width. For three-dimensional sculptures and other three-dimensional objects, height precedes width precedes depth. For drawings, dimensions are of the sheet; for relief and intaglio prints, the matrix; for planographic prints, the sheet; and for photographs, the image, unless otherwise noted. For medals, weight is given in grams, axis in clock hours, and diameter in millimeters. If an object is shaped irregularly, maximum measurements are given. Illustrated works are titled in bold.
Oscar Bluemner Snow and Glow, 1935

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African Art

243 objects, including figures, funerary vessels, masks, busts, jewelry, and architectural elements 25 known cultures throughout 13 countries in Africa, 4th millennium b.c.– 20th century a.d. Terracotta, copper alloy, and wood Gift of SusAnna and Joel B. Grae, 2010.6.1–.243
left to right, top to bottom: Male Head Nok, 1000 b.c.–a.d. 300 Female Figure Nok, 1000 b.c.–a.d. 300 Male Figure Sokoto, 500 b.c.–a.d. 200 Anthropomorphic Figure Katsina, 200 b.c.–a.d. 100 Funerary Vessel with a Human Figure Bura, a.d. 300–800 Figure Koma, 13th–19th century from the group of 243 objects, including figures, funerary vessels, masks, busts, jewelry, and architectural elements

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left to right, top to bottom: Male Figure Nok, 1000 b.c.–a.d. 300 Hand Holding a Small Vessel Nok, 1000 b.c.–a.d. 300 Male Figure Sokoto, 500 b.c.–a.d. 200 Maternity Figure Sokoto or Katsina, 200 b.c.–a.d. 100

Anthropomorphic Head Bura, a.d. 300–800 Anthropomorphic Figure Bura, a.d. 300–800 Vessel Djenne, 13th–15th century Figure Sao, 16th century Head Akan, 16th–18th century

from the group of 243 objects, including figures, funerary vessels, masks, busts, jewelry, and architectural elements

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left: Necklace with Coral Beads Daga, 19th century right: Pendant North African, 19th century below left: Necklace Unknown culture, 20th century below center, top: Pair of Silver Earrings Daga, 19th century below center, bottom: Pair of Earrings Tuareg, 20th century below right: Necklace with Black Beads Tuareg, 20th century bottom: Pillow Berber, mid-20th century from the group of 20 Pieces of Jewelry, a Musician’s Baton, and a Pillow

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Decorated Tube Bura Niger, 3rd–11th century Terracotta, 28 x 7½ x 7½ in. (71.1 x 19.1 x 19.1 cm) Gift of Susan L. and Mortimer B. Fuller III, 2009.108.2 20 Pieces of Jewelry, a Musician’s Baton, and a Pillow Berber, Daga, North African, and Tuareg Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, and Yemen, 19th–21st century Silver, leather, ebony, coral, wood, abalone, and ink Gift of Labelle Prussin, ph.d. 1973, 2009.179.1–.22 (ill. p. 5) Shrine Piece/Headdress (a-Tshol/ Ngach/Elek) Baga, Bulungits, Nalu, or Pukur Guinea or Guinea-Bissau, late 19th– early 20th century Wood, 11⅝ x 5½ x 8 in. (29.5 x 14 x 20.3 cm) Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2010.3.1

Shrine Piece/Headdress (a-Tshol/Ngach/ Elek) Baga, Bulungits, Nalu, or Pukur Guinea or Guinea-Bissau, late 19th– early 20th century Wood, 18 x 3⅜ x 9½ in. (45.7 x 8.6 x 24.1 cm) Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2010.3.2 Headdress Eket Nigeria, early 20th century Wood, metal, hide, cotton string, twine, copper alloy, pigment, and mirror, 20½ x 10 x 25 in. (52.1 x 25.4 x 63.5 cm) Gift of Susan L. and Mortimer B. Fuller III, 2009.108.3 Headdress Idoma or Igala Nigeria, early 20th century Wood and pigment, 4¾ x 6 x 16 in. (12.1 x 15.2 x 40.6 cm) Gift of Susan L. and Mortimer B. Fuller III, 2009.108.4

Shrine Piece/Headdress (a-Tshol/Ngach/Elek) Baga, Bulungits, Nalu, or Pukur, late 19th– early 20th century Headdress Eket, early 20th century

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American Decorative Arts

apparel/costume
Snood America, 1935–45 Cotton yarn and plastic beads, 9 x 12¼ in. (22.9 x 31.1 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.20

architectural elements
Russell Sturgis, Jr. (American, 1836– 1909), designer Moldings from Battell Chapel New Haven, Connecticut, 1874–76 Pine with paint and gilding, 6 x 96 x 3¾ in. (15.2 x 243.8 x 9.5 cm) Transfer from the Chaplain’s Office, Yale University, 2009.102.1–.2
Mary Jackson, maker Oval Vessel with Sweetgrass Spray, 2008

basket
Mary Jackson (American, born 1945), maker Oval Vessel with Sweetgrass Spray Charleston, South Carolina, 2008 Sweetgrass, pine needles, and palmetto, 7 x 25½ x 15½ in. (17.8 x 64.8 x 39.4 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.101.1

ceramics
Platter China, ca. 1795 Hard-paste porcelain, enamel, and gilding, 1⅝ x 20 x 16⅝ in. (4.1 x 50.8 x 42.2 cm) Partial gift in memory of Frances Smyth and Gaillard Ravenel and Friends of American Arts at Yale Acquisition Endowment Fund, 2009.42.1 (ill. p. 8)

David James Gilhooly (American, born 1943), maker Frog Boy Scouts Visit Hard Edge Museum Davis, California, 1967 Earthenware with glaze, 11 x 12 x 12 in. (27.9 x 30.5 x 30.5 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.6a–b

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Dorothy Hafner (American, born 1952), designer Rosenthal (German, established 1890), manufacturer Teapot, “Flash” Pattern Designed in New York, New York, 1982; manufactured in Germany, 1984 Porcelain with transfer-printed overglaze decoration, 7½ x 10 x 3¾ in. (19.1 x 25.4 x 9.5 cm) Purchased with a gift from Josephine L. Berger-Nadler in honor of John Stuart Gordon, 2009.158.1a–b Jeff Koons (American, born 1954), maker Puppy Vase New York, New York, 1998 Porcelain with glaze, 17½ x 17½ x 10½ in. (44.5 x 44.5 x 26.7 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.146.1 Chris Unterseher (American, born 1943), maker Self-Portrait Vase Reno, Nevada, 1970 Porcelain with glaze, 17 x 12 x 7 in. (43.2 x 30.5 x 17.8 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.9 Peter Vandenberge (American, born the Netherlands 1935), maker MGM Pot San Francisco, 1967 Earthenware with glaze, 16¾ x 11½ x 7½ in. (42.6 x 29.2 x 19.1 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.10a–b Gerald Walburg (American, born 1936), maker Pants Cup Davis, California, 1967 Earthenware with glaze, 4¾ x 4 x 3¼ in. (12.1 x 10.2 x 8.3 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.11 Wedgwood (British, founded 1759), manufacturer Jones, McDuffee, and Stratton (American, 1810–ca. 1975), retailer Ten Plates and One Platter with Views of Yale University’s Campus Manufactured in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England; retailed in Boston; plates first issued 1931, platter first issued 1932 Earthenware with transfer-printed decoration, platter: 1½ x 20½ x 16 in. (3.8 x 52.1 x 40.6 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Bohlin, 2009.196.1.1–.11

Platter, ca. 1795

Derby Silver Company (American, 1872–1981), manufacturer Knife, “Lily” Pattern Shelton, Connecticut, introduced ca. 1874 Silver plate, l. 7¼ in. (18.5 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.2 Derby Silver Company (American, 1872–1981), manufacturer Knife Shelton, Connecticut, 1880–90 Silver plate, l. 7⅝ in. (19.4 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.1 Derby Silver Company (American, 1872–1981), manufacturer Knife, “Harvard” Pattern Shelton, Connecticut, introduced 1883 Silver plate, l. 7⅝ in. (19.4 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.5

flatware
Bert Ball (American, 1865–1929), designer M. Eisenstadt Jewelry Company (American, 1883–1904), manufacturer Saint Louis World’s Fair Souvenir Spoon Saint Louis, patented 1902 Sterling silver, l. 5½ in. (13.9 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.3 Derby Silver Company (American, 1872–1981), manufacturer Knife, “Empress” Pattern Shelton, Connecticut, introduced 1883 Silver plate, l. 7⅜ in. (18.8 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.4

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Derby Silver Company (American, 1872–1981), manufacturer Knife, “Pompeiian” Pattern Shelton, Connecticut, introduced ca. 1883 Silver plate, l. 7½ in. (19.1 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.3 Shepard Manufacturing Company (American, 1892–1923) Grand Rapids “Furniture City” Souvenir Spoon Melrose, Massachusetts, 1875–85 Sterling silver, l. 5½ in. (13.9 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.2 Robert A. M. Stern (American, born 1939), designer Sasaki (Japanese, founded 1902), manufacturer Place Setting, “Sienna” Pattern Designed in New York; manufactured in Tokyo, probably 1997 Stainless steel, l. knife 9⅝ in. (24.5 cm) Gift of John Stuart Gordon, 2010.82.1.1–.5 Watson and Newell Company (American, 1895–1920), manufacturer Yale University Souvenir Spoon Attleboro, Massachusetts, 1905–10 Sterling silver with enamel, l. 5⅞ in. (14.9 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.7

Slant-Front Desk England, 1750–1800 Mahogany, pine, and oak, 41 x 37¼ x 20⅝ in. (104.1 x 94.6 x 52.4 cm) Transfer from Calhoun College, Yale University, 2009.139.1 Side Chair New York, New York, 1830–50 Mahogany, mahogany veneer, ash, and cherry, 32⅜ x 18½ x 19¾ in. (82.2 x 46.9 x 50.2 cm) Gift of the Estate of Bernard Hanson, 2009.149.1 Lap Desk Probably Birmingham, England, 1850–60 Varnished papier-mâché, lacquer, mother-of-pearl, velvet, and brass, 3¼ x 12½ x 10¼ in. (8.3 x 31.8 x 26 cm) Gift of Charles T. Clark, 2009.106.1 Chest of Drawers America, 1870–80 Walnut, 41 x 67 x 22 in. (104.1 x 170.2 x 55.9 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.10 Side Chair America, 1875–1900 Birch, beech, maple, oak, cherry, and leather, 32½ x 18⅛ x 21 in. (82.6 x 46 x 53.3 cm) Gift of Lauren Brown and John Herzan, 2010.4.1 Center Table New York, New York, ca. 1885 Satinwood, onyx, maple, and rubber, 295⁄16 x 425⁄16 x 301⁄16 in. (74.5 x 107.5 x 76.3 cm) Gift of Stewart G. Rosenblum, m.a. 1974, m.phil. 1976, in memory of his parents, Harriet G. and Elmer M. Rosenblum, 2009.100.1 Armchair America, 1920–30 Oak, 35½ x 22¾ x 16½ in. (90.2 x 57.8 x 41.9 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.13

Table America, ca. 1928 Walnut, 30½ x 63¾ x 31¾ in. (77.5 x 161.9 x 80.7 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.11 S. Bent and Bros. (American, 1867– 2000), manufacturer Armchair Gardner, Massachusetts, 1910–20 Oak, 35¼ x 22 x 23¼ in. (89.5 x 55.9 x 59.1 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.1 S. Bent and Bros. (American, 1867– 2000), manufacturer Windsor Chair Gardner, Massachusetts, 1910–20 Oak, 35 x 22½ x 24 in. (88.9 x 57.2 x 60.9 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.14 Donald Deskey (American, 1894– 1989), designer Schmieg, Hungate, and Kotzian (American, 1924–33), maker Side Chair New York, New York, 1933 Macassar ebony veneer over secondary wood, 34½ x 19 x 24 in. (87.6 x 48.3 x 61 cm) John P. Axelrod, b.a. 1968, Fund, 2009.137.1 (ill. p. 10) Harwood Manufacturing Company (American, 1884–92) Theater Chair Boston, ca. 1888 Gilded cast iron and maple, 34 x 24 x 21 in. (86.4 x 60.9 x 53.3 cm) Gift of J. P. ffrench, 2009.172.1 Herter Brothers (American, 1864– 1906), maker Side Chair New York, New York, ca. 1881–82 Oak and brass, 35 x 19⅛ x 21¾ in. (88.9 x 48.6 x 55.2 cm) Gift of Ryan Brant, 2008.224.1

furniture
Banister-Back Armchair America, 1730–70 Maple and oak, 49⅛ x 24⅛ x 19½ in. (124.8 x 61.3 x 49.6 cm) Transfer from Ezra Stiles College, Yale University, 2010.50.1 Banister-Back Side Chair Possibly Rhode Island, 1730–70 Maple, 44⅝ x 20⅜ x 18½ in. (113.4 x 51.8 x 47 cm) Transfer from Ezra Stiles College, Yale University, 2010.50.2

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Donald Deskey, designer Schmieg, Hungate, and Kotzian, maker Side Chair, 1933 Thomas Hucker, maker Chair, 1996

Thomas Hucker (American, born 1955), maker Chair Hoboken, New Jersey, 1996 Swiss pear with waxed linen, 30 x 48 x 22 in. (76.2 x 121.9 x 55.9 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.136.1 Finn Juhl (Danish, 1912–1989), designer Niels Vodder (Danish, 1892–1982), maker Dining Table Copenhagen, ca. 1970 Teak, 28½ x 54¾ x 121½ in. (72.4 x 139.1 x 308.6 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.3a–c Knoll International, Incorporated (American, founded 1938), manufacturer T-frame Table East Greenville, Pennsylvania, ca. 1965 Wood with plastic laminate, steel, and paint, 28 x 34 x 34½ in. (71.1 x 86.4 x 87.6 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.9a–b

B. L. Marble Chair Company (American, 1894–1965), manufacturer Side Chair Bedford, Ohio, ca. 1900 Oak, 35¼ x 17¾ x 16⅛ in. (89.5 x 45.1 x 40.9 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.2 Marble and Shattuck Chair Company (American, 1885–94), manufacturer Armchair Cleveland, 1885–94 Oak with paint, 48 x 24⅞ x 24 in. (121.9 x 63.2 x 60.9 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.12 Oneidacraft (American, 1920–40), manufacturer Armchair Oneida, New York, ca. 1928 Walnut, 41½ x 24 x 20 in. (105.4 x 60.9 x 50.8 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.6

Oneidacraft (American, 1920–40), manufacturer Cromwellian Chair Oneida, New York, ca. 1928 Oak, tacks, and replacement upholstery, 35 x 19¾ x 18¾ in. (88.9 x 50.2 x 47.6 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.8 Oneidacraft (American, 1920–40), manufacturer Side Chair Oneida, New York, ca. 1928 Walnut, 40½ x 20½ x 18½ in. (102.9 x 52.8 x 47 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.7 Victor Proetz (American, 1897–1966), designer Angelo Piano (American, born Italy, 1875–ca. 1952), maker Side Chair New York, New York, 1939–41 Ash with bronze mounts and silk upholstery, 32½ x 18½ x 159⁄16 in. (82.5 x 47 x 39.5 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.6

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Ristomatti Ratia (Finnish, born 1941), designer Treston (Finnish, founded 1969), manufacturer Henning Glahn Ltd. (British, active ca. 1960–75), retailer Pair of Palaset Storage Cubes Designed in Helsinki, Finland; manufactured in Turku, Finland; retailed in London, 1973 Painted Vestyron and chromium-plated metal, each 13⅜ x 13⅜ x 13⅜ in. (33.9 x 33.9 x 33.9 cm) Gift of Lauren Brown, 2010.18.1.1–.2 Steelcase (American, founded 1954), manufacturer Side Chair Grand Rapids, Michigan, ca. 1960 Steel, polyether foam, and leather, 32 x 15⅞ x 15 in. (81.3 x 40.3 x 38.1 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.5 Toledo Metal Furniture Company (American, founded 1897), manufacturer Stool Toledo, Ohio, 1920–30 Steel and wood, h. 14¼ x diam. 14 in. (36.2 x 35.6 cm) Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Yale University, 2010.13.4

Doug Anderson (American, born 1952), maker Plate with Fish and Napkin America, 1983 Pâte-de-verre, 9 x 11 x 1 in. (22.9 x 27.9 x 2.5 cm) Gift of Dr. Giraud Foster, 2010.66.2 Winslow Anderson (American, 1917– 2007), designer Blenko Glass Company (American, established 1930), manufacturer Vase Milton, West Virginia, 1948–50 Blown glass, h. 5¾ x diam. 4¾ in. (14.6 x 12.1 cm) Gift of Damon Crain, 2010.49.1 Boston and Sandwich Glass Works (American, 1826–88), probable manufacturer Covered Sugar Bowl Sandwich, Massachusetts, 1850–65 Pressed glass, h. 713⁄16 x diam. 4⅝ in. (18.4 x 11.7 cm) Gift of Nancy Stiner, 2009.155.1a–b Coventry Glass Works (American, 1813– 50), possible manufacturer East Hartford Glass Works (American, 1783/88–1830), possible manufacturer Keene–Marlboro Street Glass Works (American, 1815–41), possible manufacturer Flask Manchester, Connecticut; Keene, New Hampshire; or Coventry, Connecticut, late 18th–early 19th century Mold-blown glass, 6 x 3⅝ x 2⅜ in. (15.2 x 9.2 x 6 cm) Gift of Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965, 2009.114.4 Erwin Eisch (German, born 1927), maker Mug Probably Frauenau, Germany, 1968 Blown glass, h. 4¼ x diam. 4½ in. (10.8 x 11.4 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.3 Erwin Eisch (German, born 1927), maker Cowering Probably Frauenau, Germany, 1980 Blown glass, 6½ x 6½ x 6½ in. (16.6 x 16.6 x 16.6 cm) Gift of Dr. Giraud Foster, 2010.66.1

Hobbs, Brokunier & Co. (American, 1863–81), manufacturer Vase Wheeling, West Virginia, 1886–91 Mold-blown glass, h. 11 x diam. 3⅛ in. (27.9 x 7.9 cm) Purchased with a gift from William Bates, Jr., in honor of Edward S. Cooke, Jr., b.a. 1977, and Charles F. Montgomery, hon. 1970, 2010.89.1 Dominick Labino (American, 1910– 1987), maker Vase Grand Rapids, Ohio, 1969 Blown glass, h. 7¾ x diam. 3 in. (19.7 x 7.6 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.2 Marvin Lipofsky (American, born 1938), maker California Loop Series #2 Berkeley, California, 1969–70 Blown uranium glass with rayon flocking, 12 x 8½ x 25 in. (30.5 x 21.6 x 63.5 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.135.1 (ill. p. 12) Harvey K. Littleton (American, born 1922), maker Vase Verona, Wisconsin, 1963 Blown Johns Manville #475 fiberglass marbles, h. 7¾ x diam. 3 in. (19.7 x 7.6 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.1 Joel Philip Myers (American, born 1934), designer Blenko Glass Company (American, established 1930), manufacturer Decanter Milton, West Virginia, 1967–68 Mold-blown glass, 19¼ x 3¾ in. (48.9 x 9.6 cm) Gift of Damon Crain, 2010.49.2a–b Mark Peiser (American, born 1938), maker Vase Penland, North Carolina, 1974 Blown glass, 3¾ x 1½ x 1½ in. (9.5 x 3.8 x 3.8 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.4 (ill. p. 12)

glass
Apothecary Jar America, mid-19th century Mold-blown glass, 4½ x 1⅝ x 1⅝ in. (11.5 x 4.2 x 4.2 cm) Gift of Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965, 2009.114.3 Jar America, mid-19th century Mold-blown glass, 2½ x 1⅛ x ⅝ in. (6.4 x 2.9 x 1.59 cm) Gift of Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965, 2009.114.2

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Marvin Lipofsky, maker California Loop Series #2, 1969–70 Mark Peiser, maker Vase, 1974

Drew Smith (American, 1948– 2008), maker Goblet Possibly Hocking Hills, Ohio, 1970–72 Blown glass, h. 5½ x diam. 2 in. (13.9 x 5.1 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.5 Walter Dorwin Teague (American, 1883–1960), designer Edwin W. Fuerst (American, 1903– 1988), designer Libbey Glass Company (American, 1935–43), manufacturer Champagne Glass Toledo, Ohio, 1939 Blown and pressed lead glass, h. 6½ x diam. 37⁄16 in. (16.6 x 8.8 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.3 Walter Dorwin Teague (American, 1883–1960), designer Edwin W. Fuerst (American, 1903– 1988), designer Libbey Glass Company (American, 1935–43), manufacturer Cordial Glass Toledo, Ohio, 1939 Blown and pressed lead glass, h. 6¾ x diam. 1⅜ in. (17.2 x 3.5 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.4

Walter Dorwin Teague (American, 1883–1960), designer Edwin W. Fuerst (American, 1903– 1988), designer Libbey Glass Company (American, 1935–43), manufacturer Parfait Glass Toledo, Ohio, 1939 Blown and pressed lead glass, h. 8¾ x diam. 2¾ in. (22.3 x 6.7 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.5 Walter Dorwin Teague (American, 1883–1960), designer Edwin W. Fuerst (American, 1903– 1988), designer Libbey Glass Company (American, 1935–43), manufacturer Wine Glass Toledo, Ohio, 1939 Blown and pressed lead glass, h. 8⅝ x diam. 3 in. (21.2 x 7.7 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.2

Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848– 1933), designer Tiffany Furnaces (American, 1902–20), manufacturer Goblet Corona, Queens, New York, after 1910 Blown glass, h. 79⁄16 x diam. 4 in. (19.3 x 10.2 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.9 Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848– 1933), designer Tiffany Furnaces (American, 1902–20), manufacturer Vase Corona, Queens, New York, 1914–15 Blown glass, h. 4½ x diam. 2½ in. (11.4 x 6.4 cm) Gift of Dianne Gregg, 2009.86.6 Thomas Webb and Sons (British, 1837– 1990), manufacturer “Queen’s Burmese” Vase Amblecote, Stourbridge, England, 1887–1913 Blown glass, h. 43⁄16 x diam. 2⅝ in. (10.6 x 6.7 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.10

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Pair of Convertible Dress Pins America, ca. 1940 14k gold-plated white metal, enamel, and diamonds, each diam. 1 in. (2.5 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.13.1–.2 Demi-Parure America, ca. 1944 Metallic thread, brass, glass, and faux pearls, 1¾ x 1713⁄16 in. (4.5 x 43.7 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.8.1–.2a–b Pin and Ear Clips America, ca. 1950 Lucite, pin: 1⅞ x ⅝ x ¾ in. (4.8 x 1.59 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.21.1–.2a–b Pendant America, ca. 1970 Gold-colored plating on white metal, 2⅛ x 1½ x ¾ in. (5.4 x 3.8 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.3 Pin America, ca. 1970 Gold-colored plating on white metal and rhinestones, ½ x 2¼ in. (1.27 x 5.7 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.7 Brooch America, ca. 1975 Gold, ruby, and enamel, 15⁄16 x 15⁄16 x 7⁄16 in. (2.4 x 2.4 x 1.1 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.4 Pendant Brooch America, ca. 1975 14k gold, 1⅜ x 1½ x 5⁄16 in. (3.5 x 3.8 x 0.79 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.5 Ear Clips America, ca. 1985 Gold-colored plating on white metal and bugle beads, each 1⅝ x 1½ x ¾ in. (4.1 x 3.8 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.4a–b

Toots Zynsky, maker Spring Grass II, 1983

Wheaton Glass Company (American, established 1965), manufacturer Liberty Bell Millville, New Jersey, after 1965 Mold-blown glass, h. 3 x diam. 111⁄16 in. (7.7 x 4.3 cm) Gift of Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965, 2009.114.1 Toots Zynsky (American, born 1951), maker Spring Grass II Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1983 Fused filet-de-verre, h. 4¾ x diam. 12 in. (12.1 x 30.5 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.24.1

Brooch America, ca. 1935 Catalin, 2 x 2 x 1⅛ in. (5.1 x 5.1 x 2.9 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.15 Pin Probably Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1935 Catalin, 2 x 1 x ¾ in. (5.1 x 2.5 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.10 Pin Probably Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1935 Catalin, 2⅝ x 2¼ x ⅜ in. (6.7 x 5.7 x 0.95 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.16 Bracelet America, ca. 1940 Metal, metal foil, Lucite, and glass, 2¾ x 3 x 1⅝ in. (6.9 x 7.6 x 4.1 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.18 Cameo Pin America, ca. 1940 Gold-colored plating on white metal, faux pearls, rhinestones, and Lucite, 1⅛ x 1 x ½ in. (2.9 x 2.5 x 1.27 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.14

jewelry
Seated Liberty Quarter Dollar Locket America, 1886 Sterling silver and enamel, 1¼ x 13⁄16 in. (3.2 x 2.1 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.5 Sigma Xi Watch Winding Key America, after 1928 Gold, 11⁄16 x 7⁄16 in. (2.7 x 1.11 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.2

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The Brassler Company (American, 1909–31), manufacturer Pendant Necklace Newark, New Jersey, 1909–12 14k gold, opal, diamond, and garnet or peridot, 2⅛ x 1¼ x 7½ in. (5.4 x 3.2 x 19 cm) Anonymous gift, 2009.150.2 B. S. K. (American, active ca. 1948–75), manufacturer Brooch New York, New York, ca. 1960 Gold-colored plating on white metal, 2¾ x 1½ x ⅝ in. (6.9 x 3.8 x 1.59 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.2 C. (American, early 20th century), maker Brooch America, 1900–1920 Sterling silver parcel-gilt, 113⁄16 x 113⁄16 in. (4.6 x 4.6 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.3 Carter, Howe, and Company (American, 1902–15), pendant manufacturer A. C. Company (American, active ca. 1902–15), chain manufacturer Lorgnette Newark, New Jersey, 1902–15 14k gold, 1¼ x 5⁄16 x 5 in. (3.2 x 0.79 x 12.7 cm) Anonymous gift, 2009.150.1 Cartier (French, founded 1847), maker Clip Paris, ca. 1960 14k gold, ruby, diamond, onyx, and enamel, 1⅜ x 13⁄16 x ⅝ in. (3.5 x 2.06 x 1.59 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.7 Cartier (French, founded 1847), maker Bracelet Paris, ca. 1970 14k gold, ⅞ x 7 x ¼ in. (2.22 x 17.8 x 0.64 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.6

Robert W. Ebendorf (American, born 1938), maker Brooch Greenville, North Carolina, 2009 Silver, copper, found objects, pearl, and tin, 1¾ x 2⅜ in. (4.4 x 6 cm) Gift of Phil Carroll, 2009.147.2 Robert W. Ebendorf (American, born 1938), maker Brooch Greenville, North Carolina, 2009 Copper, tin, nickel, and found objects, 2½ x 2⅛ in. (6.4 x 5.4 cm) Gift of Phil Carroll, 2009.147.3 Robert W. Ebendorf (American, born 1938), maker Fold-Over Brooch Greenville, North Carolina, 2009 Tin, faux pearls, coral, turquoise, silver, and found objects, 3¼ x 3⅛ in. (8.3 x 7.9 cm) Gift of Phil Carroll, 2009.147.1 (ill. p. 15) Fashioncraft Jewelry Company (American, 1942–79), manufacturer Brooch New York, New York, ca. 1945 Brass, faux pearls, rhinestones, faux turquoise, and glass, 2½ x 3½ x ⅞ in. (6.4 x 8.9 x 2.22 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.5

George H. Ford Company (American, 1891–1903), manufacturer Hat Pin New Haven, Connecticut, 1897 Sterling silver, gold, and enamel, 515⁄16 x ½ in. (15.1 x 1.27 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.6 Mary Gage (American, 1898–1993), maker Cuff New York, New York, 1930–45 Sterling silver and turquoise, 2 x 2⅝ x 2½ in. (5.1 x 6.7 x 6.4 cm) Gift of June and David Lewin, Beverly Hills, California, 2010.62.1 Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981), designer Haskell Jewels (American, founded 1926), manufacturer Set of Dress Clips and Ear Clips New York, New York, ca. 1944 Metallic thread, brass, and glass, dress clip: 1¾ x 1⅜ x ¾ in. (4.5 x 3.5 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.22.1–.2a–b

The Brassler Company, manufacturer Pendant Necklace, 1909–12

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David N. Hill (American, 1935–2008), designer Ciner Manufacturing Company (American, founded 1892), manufacturer Ear Clips New York, New York, ca. 1980 Gold-colored plating on white metal and enamel, 1⅛ x 1 x ¾ in. (2.9 x 2.5 x 1.91 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.8a–b Jonette Jewelry Company (American, 1935–2006), manufacturer Brooch East Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1980 Gold-colored plating on white metal and rhinestones, 1⅜ x 1½ x ½ in. (3.5 x 3.8 x 1.27 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.9 Jung Hoo Kim (Korean, born 1959), maker The Drawing: Circle Seoul, Korea, 1998 Sterling silver, Keum-boo (sterling silver and 24k gold), and 14k gold, 2⅜ x 3 x ⅜ in. (6 x 7.6 x 0.95 cm) Gift of Aleta Braun, 2009.165.2

Jung Hoo Kim (Korean, born 1959), maker The Cloud Seoul, Korea, 2002 Lapis lazuli, sterling silver, and 14k gold, 3⅜ x 3¼ x 1 in. (8.6 x 8.3 x 2.5 cm) Gift of Aleta Braun, 2009.165.1 Alice H. Klein (American, born 1956), maker “Half Moon” Necklace Milwaukee, 1983 Acrylic, nickel, sterling silver, Cratex, and hematite, ¾ x 5¼ x 9 in. (1.91 x 13.3 x 22.9 cm) Gift of Rosanne Raab, 2009.184.1 Harlene Korey (American, born 1944), designer Kalibre (American, founded 1985), manufacturer Ring Scottsdale, Arizona, 1986 Sterling silver, 2½ x 1⅛ x 1¼ in. (6.4 x 2.9 x 3.2 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.1

Kenneth Jay Lane (American, born 1930), designer Kenneth Jay Lane Incorporated (American, founded 1972), manufacturer Brooch New York, New York, 1975–85 Gold-colored plating on white metal, enamel, rhinestones, and Lucite, 3⅛ x 1⅝ x ⅝ in. (7.9 x 4.1 x 1.59 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.11 Barry S. Merritt (American, 1941– 2008), maker Brooch Modoc, South Carolina, 2004 24k gold, sterling silver, agate, and rutile quartz, 3⅜ x 1¼ x ⅝ in. (8.6 x 3.2 x 1.59 cm) Gift of Phylis and Joseph Satin, 2010.64.1 Ming’s (Hawaiian, 1940–99), maker Pendant Honolulu, 1970–75 14k gold and jade, 3⅛ x 1¾ x 3⁄16 in. (7.9 x 4.4 x 0.48 cm) Gift of Lindsay A. Boettcher in loving memory of her mother, Donna M. Graham, 2009.182.1

Robert W. Ebendorf, maker Fold-Over Brooch, 2009 Ming’s, maker Pendant, 1970–75

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Ming’s (Hawaiian, 1940–99), maker “Leaf Scroll and Long Life Character” Ring Honolulu, 1970–75 14k gold, h. ½ x diam. 1⅞ in. (1.27 x 4.8 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, in loving memory of his grandfather, Kenneth R. Graham, 2009.181.1 Monocraft Products Company (American, founded 1927), manufacturer Brooch Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1955 Gold-colored plating on white metal, glass, and rhinestones, 2⅛ x 2⅛ x ½ in. (5.4 x 5.4 x 1.27 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.12 Monocraft Products Company (American, founded 1927), manufacturer Brooch Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1970 Gold-colored plating on white metal and enamel, 2 x 2 x ⅜ in. (5.1 x 5.1 x 0.95 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.17 Loes van Riel (American, born the Netherlands 1946), maker Brooch Charlottesville,Virginia, copyrighted 1992 Sterling silver, 22k gold, adhesive, paper, and ink, 1⅝ x 2½ in. (4.1 x 6.4 cm) Gift of Phylis and Joseph Satin, 2010.64.2 Jessica Rosenkrantz (American, born 1983), designer Jesse Louis-Rosenberg (American, born 1986), designer Nervous System (American, founded 2007), manufacturer “Cell Cycle” Bracelet Somerville, Massachusetts, 2009 Nylon, h. 2 x diam. 3¼ in. (5.1 x 8.3 cm) Gift of Mrs. William R. Scott, John G. McCullough, Class of 1936, and Mrs. William G. Heaphy, by exchange, 2009.138.1

Ramona Solberg (American, 1921– 2005), maker Fibula Seattle, ca. 1985 Indian bone, African coconut shell, Mexican silver, Philippine horn, Indian ebony, African fish vertebrae, and sterling silver, 4 x 2¼ in. (10.2 x 5.7 cm) Gift of Fernande Ross, 2010.16.1 Tiffany and Company (American, founded 1837), maker Pendant Brooch New York, New York, 1977–78 14k gold, 1⅝ x 1⅝ x ⅞ in. (4.1 x 4.1 x 2.22 cm) Gift of Elizabeth Marsteller Gordon, 2010.56.1 Trifari, Krussman, and Fishel, Inc. (American, founded 1924), manufacturer Brooch Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1960 Gold-colored plating on white metal and Catalin, 1⅛ x 1 x ⅜ in. (2.9 x 2.5 x 0.95 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.6 Watson and Newell Company (American, 1895–1920), manufacturer Brooch Attleboro, Massachusetts, 1900–1920 Sterling silver, parcel-gilt, and enamel, 1 x 2⅛ in. (2.5 x 5.4 cm) Gift of Graham C. Boettcher, b.a. 1995, ph.d. 2006, 2009.181.4 Gerard Yosca (American, active after 1970), maker Pair of Ear Clips New York, New York, 1990 Gold-colored plating on white metal, enamel, faux pearls, and faux coral, 1¼ x 1 x 1¾ in. (3.2 x 2.5 x 4.5 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.23a–b

metals
George H. Berry (American, active ca. 1895–1926), designer Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Ornamental Receptacle Shelton, Connecticut, patented 1895 Silver plate, 4¾ x 2¾ x 3½ in. (12.1 x 7 x 8.9 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.11 George H. Berry (American, active ca. 1895–1926), designer Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Ornamental Receptacle Shelton, Connecticut, patented 1895 Silver plate, 3¼ x 1¾ x 2 in. (8.3 x 4.5 x 5.1 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.12 Henry Berry (American, born England, 1846–ca. 1907), designer Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Tobacco Box Shelton, Connecticut, ca. 1890 Silver plate, 4 x 5¼ x 4½ in. (10.2 x 13.4 x 11.5 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.6 Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Napkin Ring Shelton, Connecticut, 1875–90 Silver plate, 2¾ x 3¼ x 3¾ in. (7 x 8.3 x 9.6 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.13

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Reed and Barton, manufacturer Pitcher, ca. 1885

Eliel Saarinen, designer Charter Company, manufacturer Centerpiece Bowl, 1929–30

Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Pickle Stand Shelton, Connecticut, 1875–90 Silver plate and glass, 11 x 53⁄16 x 4 in. (28 x 13.2 x 10.2 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.14 Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Tray Shelton, Connecticut, 1875–90 Silver plate, 3 x 6¾ x 12 in. (7.7 x 17.2 x 30.5 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.8 Derby Silver Company (American, 1873–1981), manufacturer Covered Box Shelton, Connecticut, ca. 1900 Silver plate, h. 3 x diam. 4¼ in. (7.6 x 10.8 cm) Gift of Stephen Kobasa in memory of his wife, Vincentena, from her collection, 2010.72.7

Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild (American, 1898–1985), designer Kensington, Inc. (American, 1934– ca. 1960), manufacturer Pair of “Coldchester” Tumblers Manufactured in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, 1936 Aluminum, each h. 5⅜ x diam. 3¼ in. (13.7 x 8.3 cm) Gift of John Stuart Gordon, 2009.105.1–.2 Charles Gwathmey, m.arch. 1962 (American, 1938–2009), designer Robert Siegel (American, born 1939), designer Swid Powell (American, founded 1982), retailer Vase Designed in New York; manufactured in Italy, 1988 Silver plate, h. 7⅛ x diam. 3⅛ in. (18.1 x 7.9 cm) Gift of Thomas Strong, m.f.a. 1967, in memory of Charles Gwathmey, m.arch. 1962, 2010.26.1 Kenneth H. Lundy (American, 1913– 2009), maker Salt Bowl and Spoon Newington, Connecticut, ca. 1985 Pewter, bowl: h. 1⅛ x diam. 4⅜ in. (2.9 x 11.1 cm) Gift of John Herzan, 2010.19.1a–b

Reed and Barton (American, founded 1840), manufacturer Pitcher Taunton, Massachusetts, ca. 1885 Silver plate, 10 x 8½ x 4⅛ in. (25.4 x 21.6 x 10.5 cm) Purchased in honor of David L. Barquist, ph.d. 2001, with gifts from friends and colleagues, 2009.70.1 Eliel Saarinen (American, born Finland, 1873–1950), designer Charter Company (American, active 1930– 42), manufacturer Centerpiece Bowl Manufactured in Wallingford, Connecticut, 1929–30 Sterling silver, h. 3⅞ x diam. 15⅛ in. (9.8 x 38.4 cm) John C. Waddell Collection, Gift of John C. Waddell, b.a. 1959, 2009.177.1 Dennis Stewart (American, born 1951), maker Bowl Hillsboro, Oregon, 1987 Sterling silver, pink ivory, and ebony, 2¾ x 3¼ x 2¼ in. (6.9 x 8.3 x 5.7 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.24

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Dennis Stewart (American, born 1951), maker Bowl Hillsboro, Oregon, 1987 Sterling silver, pink ivory, and ebony, h. 3¾ x. diam. 3½ in. (9.5 x 8.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.25 Dennis Stewart (American, born 1951), maker Sculptural Chalice Hillsboro, Oregon, 1987 Sterling silver, ebony, pink ivory, motherof-pearl, and hackle, h. 5½ x diam. 2¼ in. (13.9 x 5.7 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.23 William Will (American, 1742–1798), maker Flagon Philadelphia, 1795 Pewter, 13⅝ x 7¼ x 6 in. (34.6 x 18.4 x 15.2 cm) The Dobson Foundation; Friends of American Arts Acquisition Fund; Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Coyle, ll.b. 1943, Fund; Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965, and Field C. McIntyre American Decorative Arts Acquisition Fund; Friends of American Arts Decorative Arts Acquisitions Fund; and Lisa Koenigsberg, m.a. 1981, m.phil. 1984, ph.d. 1987, and David Becker, b.a. 1979, Fund, 2007.214.1

sculpture
Jeremy Radcliffe Anderson (American, 1921–1982), maker A Slice of Life San Francisco, ca. 1963 Earthenware, paint, and plywood, 3¼ x 14 x 10½ in. (8.3 x 35.6 x 26.7 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.1 Michael J. Brolly (American, born 1950), maker Scorpiod Hamburg, Pennsylvania, 1990–95 Mahogany, purpleheart, curly maple, ebony, and dyed veneer, 11 x 13¾ x 16 in. (27.9 x 34.9 x 40.6 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.2 Scott Burton (American, 1939– 1989), maker Pair of Parallelogram Chairs New York, New York, 1987 Granite, each 33 x 17⅞ x 29 in. (83.9 x 45.4 x 73.7 cm) Edna Sloan Beron Collection, Gift of Elissa Beron Arons, m.d. 1970, and Daniel Arons, b.a. 1963, m.d. 1967, 2009.60.1–.2

Christopher Cantwell (American, born 1960), maker Sentenal Fall, “Water Fall” Series Oakhurst, California, 1989 Ziricote, parakingwood, Madagascar ebony, maple, walnut, ebony, cocobolo, tulipwood, and zebrawood, 54 x 5½ x 1 in. (137.2 x 13.9 x 2.5 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.3 Steven Cushner (American, born 1954), maker Fifteen Platters Washington, D.C., 2009 Earthenware with glaze, each diam. 15½ in. (39.4 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.58.1.1–.15 Margaret Dodd (Australian, born 1941), maker Foreshortened Cadillac Davis, California, 1967 Earthenware with glaze, 8 x 12 x 11½ in. (20.3 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.4

Michael J. Brolly, maker Scorpiod, 1990–95 Scott Burton, maker Pair of Parallelogram Chairs, 1987

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Margaret Dodd (Australian, born 1941), maker Model VW Bus Adelaide, Australia, 1976 Earthenware with glaze, 2 x 2 x 3¾ in. (5.1 x 5.1 x 9.5 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.5 Giles Gilson (American, born 1942), maker Stratus Schenectady, New York, 1978 Laminated birch, walnut, and stainless steel, 56 x 59 x 11 in. (142.2 x 149.9 x 27.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.4a–e Marianne Hunter (American, born 1949), maker William Hunter (American, born 1947), maker Evening El Portal, California, 1982 Ivory and enamel, h. 2 x diam. 1¾ in. (5.1 x 4.4 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.13a–b Stephen Kaltenbach (American, born 1940), maker Wedge Davis, California, 1965 Earthenware and mixed media, 5½ x 6 x 2¾ in. (13.9 x 15.2 x 6.9 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.7 Stoney Lamar (American, born 1951), maker Untitled Saluda, North Carolina, 1990 Box elder burl, 18 x 12 x 9 in. (45.7 x 30.5 x 22.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.7

Michael Lucero (American, born 1953), maker Untitled (Turtle Face Head) New York, New York, 1982 Earthenware with glaze, 14 x 9 x 7 in. (35.6 x 22.9 x 17.8 cm) The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the National Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services, 2009.67.21 Michael Lucero (American, born 1953), maker Heart New York, New York, 1990 Earthenware with glaze, 17¼ x 9 x 8½ in. (43.8 x 22.9 x 21.6 cm) The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the National Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services, 2009.67.22 Connie Mississippi (American, born 1941), maker Object for Magdalena Abakanowicz Los Angeles, 1998 Laminated birch, 22 x 24½ x 22½ in. (55.9 x 62.3 x 57.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.10a–b

Oanh Pham Phu (German, born Vietnam 1939), maker Freda Diamond (American, 1905–1998), glass designer Durobor (Belgian, founded 1928), glass manufacturer Gläser-Ojeckt 100 Probably made in Germany, 1964 Plexiglas and colorless glass, 39½ x 39½ x 4 in. (100.4 x 100.4 x 10.2 cm) Gift of Thomas Colville, mus.m. 1968, 2009.140.1a–ww Stephen Mark Paulsen (American, born 1947), maker The Fifth Dream of El Capitán Estéban: At Anchor off Cabeza de Vaca Santa Barbara, California, 1989–90 Mixed media, 18 x 25 x 5 in. (45.8 x 63.5 x 12.7 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.17 Michael James Peterson (American, born 1952), maker One of a “Coastal Pair” Lopez Island, Washington, 1999 Locust burl, 20¾ x 7 x 4 in. (52.8 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.18

Michael Lucero, maker Heart, 1990

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John La Farge, designer The Good Knight, designed 1899, dedicated 1903 Shown with its preparatory drawing. (details p. 50)

Hap Sakwa (American, born 1950), maker The Innocence of Revelation Sebastopol, California, 1986 Poplar, maple, pecan, acrylic, latex interior enamel paint, automotive acrylic lacquer, and painted pot metal, 15½ x 17 x 17 in. (39.4 x 43.2 x 43.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.13

Chris Unterseher (American, born 1943), maker Haleiwa (Surfer) Davis, California, 1962–68 Earthenware with glaze, 10 x 16 x 9 in. (25.4 x 40.7 x 22.9) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.8

stained glass
John La Farge (American, 1835–1910, hon. 1896, hon. 1901), designer The Good Knight New York, New York, designed 1899, dedicated 1903 Leaded glass, 15 ft. 10 in. x 56 in. (482.7 x 142.3 cm) Purchased with the Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, and a gift from Alison and William Vareika in honor of Jean and David W. Wallace, b.s. 1948, 2009.162.1

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textiles
Framed Hairwork Wreath Orange, Massachusetts, ca. 1850 Hair, wire, glass beads, and walnut with gilding, 31⅞ x 27½ x 4⅜ in. (81 x 69.9 x 11.2 cm) Gift of Theresa Fairbanks-Harris, b.a. 1977, and Channing Harris, 2009.183.1 Virginia Lee Burton Demetrios (American, 1909–1968), designer F. Schumacher and Company (American, founded 1889), manufacturer Length of Fabric, “Finnish Hop” Pattern Designed in Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 1943; manufactured in New York, New York, 1946 Cotton and aralac, 52½ x 35 in. (133.4 x 88.9 cm) Gift of Justin Scott Zaremby, b.a. 2003, ph.d. 2007, j.d. 2010, 2009.185.1

Framed Hairwork Wreath, ca. 1850 Virginia Lee Burton Demetrios, designer F. Schumacher and Company, manufacturer Length of Fabric, “Finnish Hop” Pattern, designed 1943, manufactured 1946

timepieces
Fabergé (American, active 1960–80), maker M. Z. Berger and Company, Inc. (American, founded 1950), manufacturer Watch with Interchangeable Faces Long Island City, New York, ca. 1970 Stainless steel, metal, leather, and quartz, 1⅛ x 8 in. (2.9 x 20.3 cm) Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 2010.53.19.1–.8

tools and equipment
Cigar Lighter America, ca. 1900 Sterling silver and horn, 213⁄16 x 9½ x 2¾ in. (7.1 x 24.1 x 6.9 cm) Gift of Sidney Tomlinson, 2010.55.1 The Arnell Group (American, founded 1979), manufacturer The Home Depot (American, founded 1978), retailer HomeHero Fire Extinguisher Designed in New York, New York; manufactured in Mexico, ca. 2007; retailed in Orange, Connecticut, 2010 Rubber, plastic, brushed nickel, and BC dry chemical powder, 17¼ x 5¼ x 3⅝ in. (43.8 x 13.4 x 9.2 cm) Gift of Kevin Adkisson, mc ’12, 2010.63.1

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Low and Leake (American, 1844–46), maker Parlor Stove Albany, New York, patented 1844 Cast iron, 53 x 31 x 18 in. (134.6 x 78.7 x 45.7 cm)  Friends of American Arts Acquisition Fund, 2010.118.1 Isamu Noguchi (American, 1904–1988), designer Zenith Radio Corporation (American, 1918–99), manufacturer “Radio Nurse” Short Wave Radio Transmitter Manufactured in Chicago, designed 1937 Bakelite, enameled metal, and mechanical elements, a: 83⁄16 x 6⅝ x 63⁄16 in. (20.8 x 16.9 x 15.8 cm), b: 6¼ x 43⁄16 x 83⁄16 in. (15.9 x 10.7 x 20.8 cm) John P. Axelrod, b.a. 1968, Fund, 2009.210.1a–b Nikolai Ossipov (Russian, 1954–2007), maker Candleholders in Box Chino, California, 1997 Mahogany, etched glass, cast bronze, and polystyrene foam, 6 x 19 x 9½ in. (15.2 x 48.3 x 24.13 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.12.1–.5 Clifford Brooks Stevens (American, 1911– 1995), designer Edward P. Schreyer (American, 1911–1980), designer Waverly Tool Company (American, active 1931–51), manufacturer Petipoint Iron Manufactured in Sandusky, Ohio, patented 1941 Chromium-plated steel, steel, Bakelite, and fiber-wrapped cord, 4¾ x 5 x 10 in. (12.1 x 12.7 x 25.4 cm) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Newman, 2010.51.1 Tiffany and Company (American, founded 1837), retailer Section of Atlantic Telegraph Cable with Letter Possibly New York, New York, 1858 Steel, brass, paper, oak, and glass, 9½ x 12½ x 1½ in. (24.2 x 31.8 x 3.9 cm) Gift of Nancy Stiner, 2009.155.2a–b

Samuel Yellin (American, born Poland, 1885–1940), maker Sign Holder Philadelphia, 1922–40 Wrought iron, 48 x 13½ x 13½ in. (122 x 34.3 x 34.3 cm) Transfer from the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University, 2010.68.1

wood
Ray Allen (American, 1930–2001), maker Vessel Probably Yuma, Arizona, 1992 Quilted maple, walnut, tulipwood, and satinwood, h. 7¼ x diam. 10 in. (18.4 x 25.4 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.1 Brenda Behrens (American, born 1940), maker Tender Tendrils II Phillips Ranch, California, 1996 Myrtle, h. 3½ x diam. 7 in. (8.9 x 17.8 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.28 Kay Bojesen (Danish, 1886–1958), maker Condiment Server Copenhagen, 1950–58 Teak and glass, h. 2⅛ x diam. 6⅜ in. (5.4 x 16.2 cm) Gift of John Herzan, 2010.19.2a–b M. Dale Chase (American, 1934– 2007), maker Ornamental Box Form Penn Valley, California, 1986 Verawood, h. 2¾ x diam. 3 in. (6.9 x 7.6 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.4a–b

Michael Chinn (American, born 1950), maker TRI-12,000 Ames, Iowa, 1989 Purpleheart, Indian ebony, and aluminum, 29⁄16 x 63⁄16 x 6⅜ in. (6.5 x 15.7 x 16.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.1 Frank E. Cummings III (American, born 1938), maker Lacework Vessel Long Beach, California, 1980 African blackwood, mother-of-pearl, and 18k gold, h. 5¾ x diam. 3½ in. (14.6 x 8.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.5a–b Virginia Dotson (American, born 1943), maker Elements Series #12: Air Scottsdale, Arizona, 1999 Poplar plywood and acrylic, h. 4 x diam. 17 in. (10.2 x 43.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.6a–b Addie Draper (American, born 1952), maker Segmented Vessel Mountainair, New Mexico, 1989 Holly and rosewood, h. 4½ x diam. 6 in. (11.4 x 15.2 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.2

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Giles Gilson (American, born 1942), maker Lost Flowers Schenectady, New York, 1996 Basswood, automotive acrylic lacquer, acrylic, walnut, brass, and Corian, h. 12¾ x diam. 5⅜ in. (32.4 x 13.7 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.3 Michael N. Graham (American, born 1943), maker Wall Pipe Form Two Drawer Los Osos, California, 1979 Walnut and East Indian rosewood, 12½ x 30 x 17½ in. (31.8 x 76.2 x 44.5 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.9a–b Michael N. Graham (American, born 1943), maker Geo Radial Seven Drawer Carpinteria, California, 1985 Basswood, lacquer, and felt, 6 x 22 x 9 in. (15.2 x 55.9 x 22.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.10 Stephen Hogbin (Canadian, born England 1942), maker Chocolate Cup Lake Charles, Ontario, 1998 Walnut, acrylic, urethane, and Varethane, 3½ x 6¾ x 2 in. (8.9 x 17.2 x 5.1 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.5

Michael Hosaluk (Canadian, born 1954), maker Vessel Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1990 Ebonized elm, moose antler, 24k gold, and porcupine quills, h. 10 x diam. 49⁄16 in. (25.4 x 11.6 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.11 Michael Hosaluk (Canadian, born 1954), designer and maker Mark Sfirri (American, born 1952), designer and maker Sculptural Container New Hope, Pennsylvania, and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1993 Mahogany, acrylic, and silver leaf, 2¾ x 6¾ x 5 in. (6.9 x 17.1 x 12.7 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.19a–b Todd Hoyer (American, born 1952), maker Ringed Series Bisbee, Arizona, 1992 Ailanthus, h. 10¾ x diam. 6½ in. (27.3 x 16.5 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.6 William Hunter (American, born 1947), maker Wave Length Urn El Portal, California, 1982 Kingwood, h. 12 x diam. 3½ in. (30.5 x 8.9 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.12a–b

Giles Gilson, maker Lost Flowers, 1996

David Ellsworth (American, born 1944), maker “Mo’s Delight” Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 1993 Oak, 7 x 8 x 7 in. (17.8 x 20.3 x 17.8 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.7 Ronald F. Fleming (American, born 1937), maker Pink Ivory Flora Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1986 Pink ivory, h. 11½ x diam. 6½ in. (29.2 x 16.5 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.8

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John Jordan (American, born 1950), maker Black Vase Cane Ridge, Tennessee, 1993 Dyed box elder and tagua nut, h. 12 x diam. 8 in. (30.5 x 20.3 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.14a–b R. W. (Bob) Krauss (American, active ca. 1987), maker Lidded Form on Stand America, 1987 Tulipwood and ebony, 2 x 5½ x 4¼ in. (5.1 x 13.9 x 10.8 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.15a–c Bud Latven (American, born 1949), maker Tightwire No. 20 Tajique, New Mexico, 1990 African ebony, holly, dyed birch veneer, Brazilian tulipwood, silver, and steel, 13 x 87⁄16 x 515⁄16 in. (33 x 21.4 x 15.1 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.8 Hugh E. McKay (American, born 1951), maker Pentapot #2 Gold Beach, Oregon, 1996 Madrone burl, 16½ x 18 x 15 in. (41.9 x 45.7 x 38.1 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.9 William F. Moore (American, born 1945), maker Marathon Hillsboro, Oregon, 1993 Madrone burl and bronze, 11½ x 14½ x 10¼ in. (29.2 x 36.8 x 26 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.11

Ed Moulthrop (American, 1916– 2003), maker Chalice Atlanta, 1989 Black gum, h. 29½ x diam. 13 in. (74.9 x 33 cm) Gift of the Estate of Maxine and William Block, 2009.98.1 Philip C. Moulthrop (American, born 1947), maker Vessel Marietta, Georgia, 2002 Georgia pine, h. 6 x diam. 10½ in. (15.2 x 26.7 cm) Gift of the Estate of Maxine and William Block, 2009.98.2 Stephen Mark Paulsen (American, born 1947), maker Scent Bottle Santa Barbara, California, 1984 Ebony, macadamia, glass, and plastic, 6¾ x 2¾ x 1 in. (17.1 x 6.9 x 2.5 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.27a–d Stephen Mark Paulsen (American, born 1947), maker Scent Bottle Santa Barbara, California, 1986 Kingwood, ebony, glass, and plastic, 11½ x 3½ x 1½ in. (29.2 x 8.9 x 3.8 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.26a–f Stephen Mark Paulsen (American, born 1947), maker Scent Bottle Santa Barbara, California, 1991 Kingwood, arariba, ebony, vegetable ivory, glass, and plastic, h. 8½ x diam. 2½ in. (21.6 x 6.4 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.16a–d

Jens H. Quistgaard (Danish, 1919–2008), designer Dansk International Designs, Limited (American, founded 1954), manufacturer Cheese Tray Manufactured in Mount Kisco, New York, ca. 1980 Lacquered wood and maple, 2 x 18¾ x 14⅞ in. (5.1 x 47.7 x 37.8 cm) Gift of John Herzan, 2010.19.3 Norm Sartorius (American, born 1947), maker Sculptural Pitcher Parkersburg, West Virginia, 1993 Kingwood, 3 x 12 x 2 in. (7.6 x 30.5 x 5.1 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.14 Gene Short (American, born 1951), maker Ceremonial Vessel Goshen, Indiana, 1992 Ebonized mahogany, purpleheart, satinwood, and ebony, 11 x 14¼ x 13 in. (27.9 x 36.2 x 33 cm) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.20.15 Dennis Stewart (American, born 1951), maker Three Natural Edge Vessels Hillsboro, Oregon, 1984 Waxed lilac, 5½ x 4½ x 4½ in. (13.9 x 11.4 x 11.4 cm) (2010.21.20); waxed Scotch broom, 3⅝ x 3⅝ x 3 in. (9.2 x 9.2 x 7.6 cm) (2010.21.21); and waxed spalted laurel, 2¾ x 2¾ x 2⅝ in. (7 x 7 x 6.7 cm) (2010.21.22) Gift from the Irving Lipton Collection, associated publication made possible by a contribution from the Yale University Art Gallery and Ruth and David Waterbury, b.a. 1958, Fund, 2010.21.20–.22

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American Paintings and Sculpture

miniatures
Joseph Wood (American, 1778–1830) Captain Alfred Grayson, USMC (1784/86–1823), ca. 1815 Watercolor and graphite on ivory, 3 x 29⁄16 in. (7.6 x 6.5 cm) John Hill Morgan, b.a. 1893, ll.b. 1896, hon. 1929, Fund, 2009.125.1

paintings
Oscar Bluemner (American, born Germany, 1867–1938) Snow and Glow, 1935 Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm) Purchased with the Katharine Ordway Fund and Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2009.120.1 (ill. p. 26) John F. Francis (American, 1808–1886) Dessert Still Life, 1855 Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 in. (50.8 x 61 cm) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Goodman, b.s. 1968, 2009.178.1 (ill. p. 26)
Joseph Wood Captain Alfred Grayson, USMC (1784/86–1823), ca. 1815

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Oscar Bluemner Snow and Glow, 1935

John F. Francis Dessert Still Life, 1855

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Carl Rungius Pack Train Fording a River, early 20th century

Carl Rungius (American, born Germany, 1869–1959) Pack Train Fording a River, early 20th century Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in. (76.2 x 101.6 cm) Gift of the widow of G. Guthrie Conyngham, b.a. 1945w, 2010.14.1

Carl Paul Jennewein Greek Dance, 1926

sculpture
Carl Paul Jennewein (American, born Germany, 1890–1978) Greek Dance, 1926 Bronze on original wood base, 20¼ x 16¾ x 6¼ in. (51.4 x 42.6 x 15.9 cm) Gift of Mel A. Shaftel, b.a. 1965, 2009.103.1

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Ancient Art

egyptian
Paint Well Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, 2040–1633 b.c. Wood, 10½ x 2 x 2 in. (26.7 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm) Gift of Alison P. Henning and family, 2009.118.1 Prone Figure Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, 2040–1633 b.c. Wood and paint, 1 x 1½ x 7¼ in. (2.5 x 3.8 x 18.4 cm) Gift of Alison P. Henning and family, 2009.118.2 Tomb Relief Egyptian, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, 1335–1070 b.c. Limestone, 19¼ x 8 x 2¾ in. (122.6 x 20.3 x 7 cm) Gift of William Kelly Simpson, b.a. 1947, m.a. 1948, ph.d. 1954, 2009.193.2 Limestone Relief Fragment Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, reign of Ramses II, 1292–1190 b.c. Limestone, 16¾ x 7⅛ in. (42.5 x 18.1 cm) Gift of William Kelly Simpson, b.a. 1947, m.a. 1948, ph.d. 1954, 2009.193.4 Bronze Ladle with Long Handle Ending in a Duck Head Egyptian, Ptolemaic Period, 330–304 b.c. Bronze, 21 x 2⅛ x 3 in. (53.3 x 5.4 x 7.6 cm) Gift of Alison P. Henning and family, 2009.118.3

greek
Fish Plate Greek, South Italian, Campania, 4th century b.c. Ceramic with white and black paint, h. 2¼ x diam. 8⅛ in. (5.7 x 20.6 cm) Gift in memory of Sophie D. Coe, 2009.143.1 Fragments of an Amphora South Italian, Apulian, ca. 350–320 b.c. Ceramic, dimensions variable Gift of David Koskoff, b.a. 1961, 2009.117.1 Deer Greek or South Italian, 3rd–2nd century b.c. Terracotta, 311⁄16 x 111⁄16 x 415⁄16 in. (9.3 x 4.3 x 12.5) Gift of William Kelly Simpson, b.a. 1947, m.a. 1948, ph.d. 1954, 2009.193.1

Portrait of Marcus Aurelius Roman, Antonine, a.d. 147–49

Aphrodite Graeco-Roman, 2nd century a.d. Marble, 20¼ x 7⅞ x 7⅜ in. (51.4 x 20 x 18.7 cm) Ruth Elizabeth White Fund, 2010.98.1

roman
Relief with Gladiators Roman, ca. 2nd century a.d. Marble, 48¼ x 30 in. (122.6 x 76.2 cm) Gift of William Kelly Simpson, b.a. 1947, m.a. 1948, ph.d. 1954, 2009.193.3 Portrait of Marcus Aurelius Roman, Antonine, a.d. 147–49 Marble, 15⅜ x 9½ x 95⁄16 in. (39.1 x 24.1 x 23.7 cm) Ruth Elizabeth White Fund, 2010.40.1

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142 vessels, figurines, and metates Precolumbian, Costa Rica, ca. 500–1250 Ceramic, stone, gold, and jade Gift of Bryce Appleton, b.a. 1965, Marc Appleton, m.arch. 1972, Lynnie Appleton, and Lili Appleton in honor of their mother, Ariel Bryce Appleton, and her interest in Costa Rica, its people, and their art, 2009.200.1–.142

Gold Zoomorphic Figure Gold Frog Gold Double Armadillo Pendant from the group of 142 vessels, figurines, and metates, Precolumbian, Costa Rica, ca. 500–1250

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clockwise, from top left Jadeite Pendant Ceramic Whistle in the Shape of a Howler Monkey Stone Metate in the Shape of Crocodile from the group of 142 vessels, figurines, and metates, Precolumbian, Costa Rica, ca. 500–1250

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Asian Art

chinese
Standing Attendant Chinese, 2nd–1st century b.c.e. Earthenware with traces of color, 13 x 6½ x 3¾ in. (33 x 16.5 x 9.5 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.8 Vase (Hu) Chinese, 1st century b.c.e.– 1st century c.e. Earthenware with green lead-fluxed glaze, h. 16⅛ x diam. 13 in. (41 x 33 cm) Gift of Brian M. Salzberg, b.s. 1963, 2009.104.1 Mold-Impressed Brick Chinese, 2nd century c.e. Gray earthenware, 10 x 15⅞ x 2½ in. (25.4 x 40.3 x 6.4 cm) Gift of the Rubin-Ladd Foundation, under the bequest of Ester R. Portnow, 2009.78.2 Camel Chinese, 7th century c.e. Earthenware, 185⁄16 x 21⅝ in. (46.5 x 55 cm) Purchased with a gift from the B. D. G. Leviton Foundation and the Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2009.123.1

Vase (Hu) Chinese, 1st century b.c.e.–1st century c.e.

Groom Chinese, 7th century c.e. White earthenware with traces of pigment, 1113⁄16 x 4⅝ x 3⅛ in. (30 x 11.8 x 8 cm) Purchased with a gift from the B. D. G. Leviton Foundation and the Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2009.123.2

Pair of Attendants Chinese, 7th century c.e. Earthenware with straw-colored glaze, each 10¾ x 2½ x 2½ in. (27.3 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.10.1–.2

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Pair of Foreign Grooms Chinese, 7th century c.e. Earthenware with straw-colored glaze, each 10¼ x 2½ x 2½ in. (26 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.9.1–.2 Caparisoned Horse Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, 19⅝ x 19¾ x 7½ in. (49.9 x 50.2 x 19.1 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.7 Equestrian Drummer Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, 16 x 14¼ x 4¾ in. (40.6 x 36.2 x 12.1 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.6 Four Attendants in Winter Garb Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, each 11¾ x 3¾ x 3 in. (29.9 x 9.5 x 7.6 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.11.1–.4 Horse Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with traces of pigment, 11 x 10 x 4½ in. (27.9 x 25.4 x 11.4 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.1 Prostrate Mourner Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Red earthenware, 2¾ x 7 x 4¾ in. (7 x 17.8 x 12.1 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.5

Equestrian Drummer Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e.

Standing Dwarf Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with traces of pigment, 5 x 3 x 1¾ in. (12.7 x 7.6 x 4.5 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.3 Standing Official Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, 16¼ x 3¾ x 3¾ in. (41.3 x 9.5 x 9.5 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.17 Western Asian Merchant Chinese, 7th–8th century c.e. Earthenware with traces of pigment, 10¼ x 3 x 2 in. (26 x 7.6 x 5.1 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.2

Bactrian Camel Chinese, early 8th century c.e. Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, 22 x 16 x 5½ in. (55.9 x 40.6 x 14 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.14 Palanquin Chinese, 16th century Earthenware with sancai (three-color) glaze, 8½ x 4⅛ x 4⅛ in. (21.6 x 10.5 x 10.5 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.13 Standing Official Chinese, 16th–17th century Earthenware with glaze and pigment, 11¼ x 4¾ x 3 in. (28.6 x 12.1 x 7.6 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.4

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Pouring Vessel (Zhi) Chinese, 18th–19th century Grayish-white nephrite, 6¾ x 7 x 3¼ in. (17.2 x 17.8 x 8.3 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.15 Square Ding (Fangding) Chinese, 19th century Spinach-green jadeite with gray and black mottling and paler inclusions, 7⅝ x 6⅝ x 4 in. (19.4 x 16.8 x 10.2 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.16 Ma Renda (Chinese, born 1968) Studies of Chicks and a Garden Landscape, 1995 Album; ink and color on paper, 9⅞ x 6¾ in. (25.1 x 17.2 cm) Gift of Philip Qinggao Ma in loving memory of his mother, 2009.153.1

Zhu Cheng (Chinese, active 19th century) Misty Rain by the River Village, 19th century Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper, 52⅝ x 1215⁄16 in. (133.7 x 32.8 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.25

indian
Cosmographical Painting Indian, 15th–16th century Gouache and gold on primed cotton fabric, 56¾ x 43¾ in. (144.2 x 111.1 cm) Gift of Ann and Robert S. Walzer, 2009.79.1 Mandala Indian, 16th–17th century Ink and color on cloth, 26¾ x 22¾ in. (68 x 57.8 cm) Gift of the Rubin-Ladd Foundation, under the bequest of Ester R. Portnow, 2009.78.1

chinese-american
Kwok Wai Lau (American, born China, active second half 20th century) Untitled, second half 20th century Watercolor on paper, 7⅜ x 33⅞ in. (18.7 x 86 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.26

indian
Cosmographical Painting

Pouring Vessel (Zhi) Chinese, 18th–19th century Cosmographical Painting Indian, 15th–16th century

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japanese
Granary with a Thatched Roof Japanese, 6th–7th century c.e. Haniwa; reddish earthenware, 17½ x 13½ x 10½ in. (44.5 x 34.3 x 26.7 cm) Gift of Rosemarie and Leighton R. Longhi, b.a. 1967, 2009.206.1 Standing Female Japanese, 6th–7th century c.e. Haniwa; reddish earthenware, 35 x 10½ x 8 in. (88.9 x 26.7 x 20.3 cm) Gift of Rosemarie and Leighton R. Longhi, b.a. 1967, 2009.206.2 Large Storage Jar (Ōtsubo) Japanese, 15th century Tanba ware; stoneware with natural ash glaze, h. 217⁄16 x diam. 169⁄16 in. (54.5 x 42 cm) Gift of Eleanor S. and David E. Apter, hon. 1969, 2009.207.1

Map of Japan Japanese, 19th century Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper, 3½ x 48½ x 3 in. (8.9 x 123.2 x 7.6 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.24a–b Tea-Serving Set of 13 objects, including a modern tea-serving table called “Misonodana” (Table for Royal Garden) and other paraphernalia Japanese, ca. 1960–70 Lacquered wood, bamboo, silk, porcelain, iron, copper, and cotton Gift of Tomi Ise, 2009.174.1–.13 Kazumi Amano (Japanese, 1927–2001) Two Female Divers, 1957 Woodblock print, 24⅛ x 193⁄16 in. (61.2 x 48.7 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.11 Andō Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858) Cherry Tree in Full Bloom by the Sumida River, from the series Famous Places of Edo, 1836 Polychrome woodblock print, 811⁄16 x 1311⁄16 in. (22.1 x 34.8 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.9

Andō Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858) Asaka Yama in Cherry Season, from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, 1850s Polychrome woodblock print, 143⁄16 x 97⁄16 in. (36 x 23.9 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.10 Andō Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858) View of Asukayama, from the series One Hundred Views of Edo, 1856 Polychrome woodblock print, 13¼ x 8⅝ in. (33.7 x 21.9 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.7 Andō Hiroshige (Japanese 1797–1858) Horie and Nekozane, from the series One Hundred Views of Edo, ca. 1856 Polychrome woodblock print, 137⁄16 x 8¾ in. (34.2 x 22.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.8 Andō Hiroshige II (Japanese, 1826–1869) Buzen Kokura Seashore, from the series One Hundred Famous Views of the Provinces, ca. 1959–64 Polychrome woodblock print, 5⅜ x 8½ in. (13.7 x 21.6 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.6 Hashimoto Okiie (Japanese, 1899–1993) Landscape with Two Houses, 20th century Ink on paper, 14⅞ x 20⅜ in. (37.8 x 51.7 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.12 Hon’ami Kōetsu (Japanese, 1558–1637) Tawaraya Sōtatsu (Japanese, active ca. 1630–43) Japanese Poem (Waka), ca. 1606 Ink over pigment, silver, and gold, 7½ x 6¾ in. (19.1 x 17.2 cm) Purchased with funds from the Japan Foundation Endowment of the Council on East Asian Studies, 2009.160.1 (ill p. 36)

Standing Female Japanese, 6th–7th century c.e. Large Storage Jar (Ōtsubo) Japanese, 15th century

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Okada Hankō Landscapes, first half 19th century

Attributed to Kanō Tsunenobu (Japanese, 1636–1713) Landscape, late 17th–early 18th century Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 33⅞ x 1013⁄16 in. (86 x 27.5 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.1.1 Attributed to Kanō Tsunenobu (Japanese, 1636–1713) Figure of Old Man Holding a Scroll, late 17th–early 18th century Hanging scroll ink on paper, 33⅞ x 1015⁄16 in. (86.1 x 27.8 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.1.2 Kawase Hasui (Japanese, 1883–1957) Rain at Hisaka in Eastern Sea Road, 1942 Polychrome woodblock print, 10⅝ x 157⁄16 in. (27 x 39.2 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.13 Kawada Kan (Japanese, 1924–1999) Road to Daitokuji Shinjuan, 1974 Stencil; ink and colors on washi paper, 111⁄16 x 1715⁄16 in. (28.1 x 45.5 cm) Gift of Allan Appel and Suzanne Boorsch, 2009.190.2

Keisai Eisen (Japanese, 1790–1848) Todagawa Ferry at Warabi, from the series Kisokaidō, 19th century Polychrome woodblock print, 9 x 13⅞ in. (22.9 x 35.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.22 Kishi Eiko (Japanese, born 1948) NoMai 2009 (Noh Dance 2009), 2009 Stoneware with colored clay, 2213⁄16 x 337⁄16 x 3¾ in. (58 x 85 x 9.5 cm) Purchased with a gift from the B. D. G. Leviton Foundation, 2010.57.1 (ill p. 36) Konoe Nobutada (Japanese, 1565–1614) Screen of Japanese Poems (Waka Byobu), early 17th century ¯ Six-panel folding screen; ink on paper, each panel 5513⁄16 x 193⁄16 in. (141.8 x 48.7 cm) Purchased with the Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund and a gift from Peggy and Richard M. Danziger, ll.b. 1963, 2010.39.1 (ill p. 36) Maki Haku (Japanese, 1924–2000) Calligraphy, from the series Symbol Number 2, 1957 Plywood print with ink and pigment on paper, 19¾ x 193⁄16 in. (50.1 x 48.8 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.14

Okada Hankō (Japanese, 1782–1846) Landscapes, first half 19th century Pair of two-panel screens; ink and light color on paper, 6615⁄16 x 63 in. (170 x 160 cm) Gift of Rosemarie and Leighton R. Longhi, b.a. 1967, 2009.152.1.1–.2 Okada Kenzō (Japanese, born 1948) Wind Vase, ca. 1978 Gray stoneware with green ash glaze, 17⅛ x 10¼ x 2½ in. (43.5 x 26 x 6.4 cm) Gift of the Rubin-Ladd Foundation, under the bequest of Ester R. Portnow, 2010.17.1 (ill p. 37) Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese, 1907–1997) Gate to a Teahouse, 1955 Ink on paper, 153⁄16 x 20⅞ in. (38.6 x 53 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.16 Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese, 1907–1997) Stone Garden Kyoto, from the series Ryōanji, 1955–56 Ink on paper, 15⅛ x 2013⁄16 in. (38.4 x 52.8 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.17 (ill p. 37)

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Konoe Nobutada Screen of Japanese Poems (Waka Byōbu), early 17th century Hon’ami Kōetsu Tawaraya Sōtatsu Japanese Peom (Waka), ca. 1606 Kishi Eiko NoMai 2009 (Noh Dance 2009), 2009

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Okada Kenzō Wind Vase, ca. 1978 Saitō Kiyosh Stone Garden Kyoto, from the series Ryōanji, 1955–56

Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese, 1907–1997) Snow Scene, ca. 1965 Polychrome woodblock print, 11⅝ x 16⅛ in. (29.5 x 41 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.15 Sasajima Kihei (Japanese, 1906–1993) Landscape, 1956 Monochrome woodblock print, 18⅛ x 253⁄16 in. (46 x 64 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.18 Shinagawa Takumi (Japanese, born 1908) Kabuki Actor, 1953 Sōsaku hanga (creative print); ink and color on paper, 227⁄16 x 143⁄16 in. (57 x 36 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.19

Takahashi Rikio (Japanese, 1917–1999) Passing Buddhist Nun, ca. 1972 Sōsaku hanga (creative print); ink and color on paper, 18½ x 139⁄16 in. (47 x 34.5 cm) Gift of Allan Appel and Suzanne Boorsch, 2009.190.1 Tanaka Ryōhei (Japanese, born 1933) Farmhouse, 1975 Etching on paper, 1011⁄16 x 1713⁄16 in. (27.1 x 45.2 cm) Gift of Allan Appel and Suzanne Boorsch, 2009.190.3 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2003 Hikidashiguro type; stoneware, h. 37⁄16 x diam. 4 in. (8.8 x 10.1 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.11 (ill p. 38)

Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2003 Kohiki type; stoneware, h. 2⅞ x diam. 6⅛ in. (7.3 x 15.6 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.12 (ill p. 38) Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2003 Hakeme type; stoneware, h. 2½ x diam. 6¾ in. (6.4 x 17.2 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.13 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2004 Bizen type; stoneware, h. 415⁄16 x diam. 47⁄16 in. (12.6 x 11.3 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.1 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2004 Shino type; stoneware, h. 3½ x diam. 415⁄16 in. (8.9 x 12.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.2

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Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2004 Kōrai type, Katamigawari style; stoneware, h. 3 x diam. 511⁄16 in. (7.6 x 14.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.14 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2004 Kōrai type, Kakinoheta style; stoneware, h. 29⁄16 x diam. 5⅝ in. (6.5 x 14.3 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.15 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2004 Bizen type, Kutsugata shape; stoneware, h. 31⁄16 x diam. 5½ in. (7.8 x 14 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.16 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2005 Karatsu type; stoneware, h. 315⁄16 x diam. 55⁄16 in. (10 x 13.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.17 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2005 Karatsu type, salt-container shape; stoneware, h. 311⁄16 x diam. 4¾ in. (9.4 x 12 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.18 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2005 Shigaraki type, Kutsugata shape; stoneware, h. 2⅝ x diam. 6⅛ in. (6.6 x 15.6 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.19 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2006 Ido type; stoneware, h. 311⁄16 x diam. 6⅛ in. (9.4 x 15.6 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.3 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2006 Hikidashiguro type, Kutsugata shape; stoneware, h. 2⅞ x diam. 5½ in. (7.3 x 14 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.4

Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2006 Kokaratsu (Old Karatsu) type, Okugōrai style; stoneware with gold lacquer repair, h. 3⅛ x diam. 6⅛ in. (8 x 15.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.5 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2006 Karatsu type, Kutsugata shape; stoneware, h. 31⁄16 x diam. 65⁄16 in. (7.7 x 16.1 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.6 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2007 Hikidashiguro type; stoneware, h. 3⅞ x diam. 45⁄16 in. (9.8 x 11 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.7 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2008 Iga type; stoneware, h. 37⁄16 x diam. 4¾ in. (8.8 x 12.1 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.20 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2009 Shino type; stoneware, h. 4⅛ x diam. 4½ in. (10.4 x 11.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.8

Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2009 Eshino type; stoneware, h. 3¼ x diam. 53⁄16 in. (8.3 x 13.2 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.9 Tsujimura Shirō (Japanese, born 1947) Tea Bowl, 2009 Kuro Oribe type, Tsutsu shape; stoneware, h. 41⁄16 x diam. 49⁄16 in. (10.3 x 11.6 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.91.10 Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (Japanese, 1839–1892) Akazome Emon Viewing the Moon from Her Palace Chambers, from the series One Hundred Images of the Moon, ca. 1887 Ink and color on paper with embossing, 1213⁄16 x 811⁄16 in. (32.5 x 22.1 cm) Gift of the Estate of Louise and Jean Boorsch, hon. 1953, 2009.192.1 Unknown artist (Japanese, 19th century) Snowy Landscape, 19th century Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 42 x 18⅞ in. (106.7 x 48 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.2 Unknown artist (Japanese, 20th century) Abstract Print, 20th century Polychrome print, 16⅛ x 201⁄16 in. (40.9 x 50.9 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.23

Tsujimura Shirō Tea Bowl, Hikidashiguro type, 2003 Tsujimura Shirō Tea Bowl, Kohiki type, 2003

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Vase (Maebyong) Korean, 11th–12th century

Unknown artist (Japanese, 20th century) Li Bo Looking at a Waterfall, 20th century Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 46 7⁄16 x 1913⁄16 in. (118 x 50.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.5 Unknown artist (Japanese, 20th century) Scholar Playing a Bamboo Musical Instrument, 20th century Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 46 7⁄16 x 1913⁄16 in. (118 x 50.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.3 Unknown artist (Japanese, 20th century) Scholar with a Servant Carrying a Qin, 20th century Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 46 7⁄16 x 1913⁄16 in. (118 x 50.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.4

Wada Waichisai (Japanese, 1851–1901) Basket, second half 19th century Bamboo and rattan, h. 18⅛ x diam. 123⁄16 in. (46 x 31 cm) Gift of Ann and Robert S. Walzer, 2009.31.1a–b Yamaguchi Gen (Japanese, 1896–1976) Abstract Print in Color, 20th century Ink and color on paper, 10⅜ x 125⁄16 in. (26.3 x 31.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.20 Yoshida Hodaka (Japanese, 1926–1995) Stone Lantern, 1954 Polychrome woodblock print, 14¾ x 911⁄16 in. (37.5 x 24.6 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.215.21

korean
Pedestal Bowl and Cover Korean, 5th–6th century c.e. Stoneware with incised decoration, 6½ x 57⁄16 in. (16.5 x 13.8 cm) Gift of the Reverend James M. Phillips, b.d. 1955, 2010.10.1a–b Vase (Maebyong) Korean, 11th–12th century Stoneware with green glaze, 12 x 7 in. (30.5 x 17.8 cm) Gift of Peggy and Richard M. Danziger, ll.b. 1963, 2009.169.1 Bowl with Inlaid Decor of Cranes and Clouds Korean, 12th–13th century Stoneware with inlay under green glaze, 2⅝ x 7¼ in. (6.7 x 18.4 cm) Gift of H. Christopher Luce, b.a. 1972, in honor of Henry R. Luce, b.a. 1920, 2009.198.12

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Coins and Medals

184 coins Rome and the provinces, 1st–3rd century a.d. Bronze, copper, and silver Ruth Elizabeth White Fund with the assistance of Ben Lee Damsky, 2009.110.1–.184 Bronze of Antoninus Pius Laodicea ad Mare, a.d. 140–41 Bronze, 9.23 gm, 2:00, 24.9 mm Purchased with a gift in honor of Richard A. Grossmann, b.a. 2001, m.a. 2004, m.phil. 2006, 2010.77.1 As of Septimius Severus Rome, a.d. 208 Copper, 6.24 gm, 12:00, 24.3 mm Yale University Art Gallery, 2010.76.1 Antoninianus of Philip I Uncertain mint, a.d. 248–49 Silver, 3.89 gm, 6:00, 21.5 mm Gift of Charley Rhodes, 2009.35.1 Daniel Altshuler (American, born 1965) President Barack Obama Inauguration Medal, 2009 Bronze, 217.93 gm, 12:00, 76.3 cm Yale University Art Gallery, 2009.199.1
Bronze of Septimius Severus and Julia Domna (obverse and reverse) Seleucia ad Calycadnum, a.d. 193–211 from the group of 184 coins Drachm of Domitian (obverse and reverse) Alexandria, a.d. 94–95 from the group of 184 coins

Cistophorus of Hadrian (obverse and reverse) Maeonia, a.d. 129 from the group of 184 coins

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European Art

paintings
Benvenuto di Giovanni di Meo del Guasta (Italian, Siena, 1436–ca. 1518) Virgin and Child, ca. 1468–70 Tempera on panel, 18¼ x 14¼ in. (46.4 x 36.2 cm) Gift of Angela Jane Weisl in memory of Edwin L. Weisl, Jr., b.a. 1951, 2009.97.1 Marco Pino (Italian, Siena, active in Naples, 1521–1583) The Resurrection of Lazarus, ca. 1570 Oil on panel, 525⁄16 x 6515⁄16 in. (132.9 x 167.5 cm) Maitland F. Griggs, b.a. 1896, Fund, 2009.95.1 (ill p. 42)

Benvenuto di Giovanni di Meo del Guasta Virgin and Child, ca. 1468–70

decorative arts
“Berettino” Plate with Blue-on-Blue Decoration Workshop of Piero Bergantini(?), Faenza, Italy, ca. 1530 Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica), diam. 9⅝ in. (24.5 cm) Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2009.121.1

Coppa amatoria (Betrothal Cup) Casteldurante, Italy, ca. 1530–40 Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica), diam. 71⁄16 in. (17.9 cm) Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., b.a. 1913, Fund, 2009.121.2 Hanseatic Merchant’s Ring Germany, ca. 1530–40 Brass, 1 x 13⁄16 x 3⁄16 in. (2.5 x 2.06 x 0.48 cm) Gift of Thomas S. Holman in memory of his father, Herton Holman, 2009.129.1

“Berettino” Plate with Blue-on-Blue Decoration, ca. 1530

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Marco Pino The Resurrection of Lazarus, ca. 1570

“Pompeiian” Swirl Vase Salviati and Company, Venice, ca. 1871–1913 Glass, 67⁄16 x 3⅝ x 2⅜ in. (16.4 x 9.2 x 6 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.1 “Calcedonio” Vase Salviati Dott. Antonio, Venice, ca. 1877–95 Chalcedony glass, 13⅛ x 43⁄16 x 39⁄16 in. (33.3 x 10.7 x 9 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.4 “Granzioli” Vase Salviati Dott. Antonio, Venice, ca. 1877–95 Glass, 10¼ x 43⁄16 x 35⁄16 in. (26 x 10.7 x 8.4 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.3

“Smeltz” Vase Salviati Dott. Antonio, Venice, ca. 1877–95 Glass, 11 x 3 x 215⁄16 in. (27.9 x 7.6 x 9 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.5 “Fenici” Pitcher Artisti Barovier, Venice, ca. 1889–1914 Glass, 12⅞ x 6 x 4¼ in. (32.7 x 15.2 x 10.8 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.6 “Vetro a Retorti” Ewer Artisti Barovier, Venice, ca. 1890 Glass, 8⅜ x 7 x 5¾ in. (21.3 x 17.8 x 14.6 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.2

“Aventurine” Pitcher Seguso Zanetti and Company, Venice, ca. 1895–1914 Glass, 10½ x 6½ x 4⅝ in. (26.6 x 16.5 x 11.7 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.7 Opalescent Vessel Seguso Zanetti and Company, Venice, ca. 1900 Opalescent glass and silver leaf, 103⁄16 x 4⅜ x 315⁄16 in. (27.5 x 11.1 x 10 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.8 Opalescent Vessel Seguso Zanetti and Company, Venice, ca. 1900 Opalescent glass, 11 x 8 x 5 in. (27.9 x 20.3 x 12.7 cm) Gift of Philip Bruder, 2009.191.9

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Modern and Contemporary Art

film and video
Mary Reid Kelley (American, born 1979, m.f.a. 2009) Sadie, the Saddest Sadist, 2009 Video with sound; 7 minutes, 26 seconds John H. Friedman, b.a. 1975, j.d. 1978, Art Gallery Director’s Discretionary Fund, 2009.134.1

David Diao (American, born 1943) Untitled, 1973 Acrylic on canvas, 84¾ x 66⅛ in. (215.3 x 168 cm) Gift of Harvey M. Wagner and Ruth Glesby Wagner, 2009.176.1 (ill. p. 44) Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994) Untitled, 1947 Oil on canvas, 16 x 26½ in. (40.6 x 67.3 cm) Gift of the Sam Francis Foundation, 2010.42.1 Yun-Fei Ji (American, born China 1963) The Ghosts Come Out at Night, 2010 Watercolor and ink on xuan paper mounted on silk, 21 x 66½ in. (53.3 x 168.9 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.34.1

paintings
Mark Barrow (American, born 1982, m.f.a. 2006) RÜN, 2009 Acrylic on hand-loomed linen, textile by Sarah Parke, 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm) The Mary Jane Taft Fund for Emerging Artists and John H. Friedman, b.a. 1975, j.d. 1978, Art Gallery Director’s Discretionary Fund, 2010.60.1 (ill. p. 44)

Mary Reid Kelley Stills from Sadie, the Saddest Sadist, 2009 Yun-Fei Ji The Ghosts Come Out at Night, 2010

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clockwise, from top: Thomas Nozkowski Untitled (8–118), 2009 David Diao Untitled, 1973 Mark Barrow RÜN, 2009

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Kerry James Marshall Untitled, 2009

Kerry James Marshall (American, born 1955) Untitled, 2009 Acrylic on PVC, 61⅛ x 72⅞ x 3⅞ in. (155.3 x 185.1 x 9.8 cm) Purchased with the Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund and a gift from Jacqueline L. Bradley, b.a. 1979, 2009.161.1 Tom McGrath (American, born 1978) Untitled, 2003 Oil on canvas on board, 60 x 96 in. (152.4 x 243.8 cm) Gift of Amy Adelson, b.a. 1983, and Dean Valentine, 2009.202.1 Thomas Nozkowski (American, born 1944) Untitled (8–118), 2009 Oil on linen on panel, 22 x 28 in. (55.9 x 71.1 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.132.1 (ill. p. 44)

Lari Pittman (American, born 1952) This Expedition, Beloved and Despised, Continues Regardless, 1989 Acrylic and enamel on mahogany, 10 ft. 8 in. x 96 in. (325.1 x 243.8 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.32.1a–b (ill. p. 46) Harvey Quaytman (American, 1937–2002) Letter to Uccello, 1975 Mixed media on canvas, 99 x 64 in. (251.5 x 162.6 cm) Gift of Gay Block in loving memory of my friend Harvey Quaytman, 2010.65.1 (ill. p. 47)

Judith Shea (American, born 1948) Twins, 2006–7 Mixed media, overall 77 x 36 x 18 in. (195.6 x 91.4 x 45.7 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.36.3a–i Judith Shea (American, born 1948) Night, 2006–9 Mixed media, overall 75 x 24 x 24 in. (190.5 x 61 x 61 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.36.1a–f Judith Shea (American, born 1948) Shock and Awe, 2006–9 Mixed media, overall 78½ x 40 x 18 in. (199.4 x 101.6 x 45.7 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.36.2a–j

sculpture
Tony Cragg (British, born 1949) Untitled, 1988 Plaster, dimensions variable Gift of Frances Dittmer, 2009.170.1 (ill. p. 47)

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Lari Pittman This Expedition, Beloved and Despised, Continues Regardless, 1989

Harvey Quaytman Letter to Uccello, 1975 Tony Cragg Untitled, 1988

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Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

books and manuscripts
Mariona Barkus (American, born 1948) Illustrated History No. 14, 2009 Artist’s book, 7¼ x 5½ x 13⁄16 in. (18.4 x 14 x 3 cm) Gift of the artist, 2010.25.1 Thomas Nozkowski (American, born 1944) Poems by Cole Swensen (American, born 1955) Flare, 2009 Artist’s book, in a linen-covered portfolio case, 9⅛ x 11⅝ x 1⅛ in. (23.2 x 29.5 x 2.8 cm) The Happy and Bob Doran Artist-inResidence Program and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 2010.5.1.1–.10 Thomas Nozkowski (American, born 1944) Poems by Cole Swensen (American, born 1955) Flare, 2009 Artist’s book, in a slipcase, 9 x 13¼ x 13⁄16 in. (22.8 x 33.6 x 3 cm) The Happy and Bob Doran Artist-inResidence Program and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 2010.5.2

Henry Charles Pearson (American, 1914–2006, m.f.a. 1938) Art Students League Sketchbook, ca. 1954–55 Spiral-bound sketchbook with drawings in gouache, watercolor, black ink, and graphite, 123⁄16 x 9 x ¼ in. (31 x 22.9 x 0.64 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.6a–j Mark Ruwedel (American, active in Canada, born 1954) Westward the Course of Empire, 2008 Book and one gelatin silver print, in a linen-covered portfolio case, 12 x 15¼ x 1⅝ in. (30.5 x 38.8 x 4.2 cm) Gift of Mark Ruwedel, 2009.115.1–.2

Jeremy Radcliffe Anderson (American, 1921–1982) Map #30, 1965 Ink, watercolor, graphite, and colored pencil, 23 x 28 in. (58.5 x 71.2 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.3 Will Barnet (American, born 1911) Sketch of a Landscape, ca. 1980 Charcoal and graphite on Canson vellum, 511⁄16 x 7⅛ in. (14.5 x 18.1 cm) (trimmed, irreg.) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.4 Will Barnet (American, born 1911) Sketch of a Woman, ca. 1980 Charcoal on Canson vellum, 141⁄16 x 9⅝ in. (35.7 x 24.5 cm) (trimmed, irreg.) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.5 Félix Hilaire Buhot (French, 1847–1898) Les esprits des villes mortes (Spirits of Dead Cities), sketch for the unpublished frontispiece of Victor Hugo’s Les rayons et les ombres (Beams and Shadows), 1875–85 Pen and brown ink with wash, charcoal, and sanguine, 9⅜ x 147⁄16 in. (23.8 x 36.6 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.7

drawings and watercolors
Jeremy Radcliffe Anderson (American, 1921–1982) Map #17 (Stations of the Crocks), 1964 Watercolor, graphite, and ink, 27½ x 25½ in. (69.9 x 64.8 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.213.2

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Attributed to Pietro Buonaccorsi, called Perino del Vaga (Italian, 1501–1547) Figure Study, ca. 1535 Pen and ink, 213⁄16 x 113⁄16 in. (7.2 x 4.6 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Jak Katalan, m.f.a. 1978, 2009.151.1 Attributed to Pietro Buonaccorsi, called Perino del Vaga (Italian, 1501–1547) Group of Figures, ca. 1535 Pen and ink, 213⁄16 x 31⁄16 in. (7.1 x 7.7 cm) Gift of Jak Katalan, m.f.a. 1978, 2010.1.1 Carlo (Carlo Zinelli) (Italian, 1916–1974) Untitled (recto and verso), ca. 1962–68 Tempera, 279⁄16 x 19⅝ in. (70 x 49.8 cm) Gift of Dudley E. Morris, b.a. 1960, 2009.119.1 Ludovico Carracci (Italian, 1555–1619) After Pellegrino Tibaldi (Italian, 1527–1596) Ignudi, after a ceiling fresco in the Sala di Ulisse, Palazzo Poggi, Bologna, Italy, 1580s Pen and brown ink with brown wash, ranging from 67⁄16 x 103⁄16 in. (16.3 x 25.8 cm) to 65⁄16 x 10¼ in. (16.1 x 26 cm) Frederick M. Clapp, b.a. 1901, m.a. 1911, Fund, 2010.33.1–.2 Carroll Dunham (American, born 1949) Untitled, 1991 Graphite, 89⁄16 x 111⁄16 in. (21.7 x 28.1 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.31.1 Richard Estes (American, born 1932) Portrait of a Man (recto); Sketch (verso), ca. 1950–89 Graphite, 413⁄16 x 615⁄16 in. (12.3 x 17.6 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.10 Joellen Hall (American, 1921–2006) Highland Cattle from Misty Meadow Farm, Martha’s Vineyard, 1974 Graphite, 65⁄16 x 8⅞ in. (16.1 x 22.6 cm) Gift of Ellen M. Iseman, b.a. 1976, in loving memory of her mother, Marjorie Frankenthaler Iseman, 2009.144.2
Ludovico Carracci, after Pellegrino Tibaldi Ignudi, after a ceiling fresco in the Sala di Ulisse, Palazzo Poggi, Bologna, Italy, 1580s

Jane Hammond (American, born 1950) Good and Evil, 1993 Mixed media on rice paper, 34⅞ x 31⅞ in. (88.6 x 80.9 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.4 Jane Hammond (American, born 1950) Shade, 1998 Mixed media, 351⁄16 x 22⅝ in. (89 x 57.5 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.5 Childe Hassam (American, 1859–1935) Field of Poppies, Isles of Shoals, 1890 Watercolor, 21⅜ x 14¾ in. (54.3 x 37.4 cm) Anonymous gift, 2009.166.1 (ill. p. 50)

David Jorisz. (Dutch, ca. 1501/2–1556) The Raising of Lazarus, ca. 1530s Pen and brown and gray ink, with gray and red wash and touches of white heightening, diam. 8⅝ in. (21.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.35.1 (ill. p. 50) Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Geometric Design for Yale University Art Gallery (Play on the Combination of Pentagonal Dodecahedron), 1949 Pen and ink, 8½ x 11 in. (21.6 x 28 cm) Gift of Harriet Pattison and Nathaniel Kahn, b.a. 1985, in honor of Anne G. Tyng, 2009.142.4

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prints, drawings, and photographs

Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Colossal Statue, Karnak, 1951 Charcoal, 7½ x 89⁄16 in. (19 x 21.8 cm) Gift of Harriet Pattison and Nathaniel Kahn, b.a. 1985, in honor of Vincent Scully, b.a. 1940, m.a. 1947, ph.d. 1949, 2009.142.3 Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Column Capitals, No. 2, Karnak, 1951 Pastel, 117⁄16 x 14¾ in. (29 x 37.5 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.126.3 Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Horus, Edfu, 1951 Charcoal, 7½ x 89⁄16 in. (19 x 21.8 cm) Gift of Harriet Pattison and Nathaniel Kahn, b.a. 1985, in honor of Jock Reynolds, 2009.142.1

Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Pylon, Temple of Horus, Edfu, 1951 Charcoal, 7½ x 89⁄16 in. (19 x 21.8 cm) Gift of Harriet Pattison and Nathaniel Kahn, b.a. 1985, in honor of Ellyn and Jim Polshek, 2009.142.2 Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Pyramids at Giza, 1951 Pastel and graphite, 7½ x 8⅝ in. (19.1 x 21.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.126.1 (ill. p. 51) Louis I. Kahn (American, born Estonia, 1901–1974, hon. 1965) Temple of Amun-Re, Karnak, 1951 Charcoal, 11⅜ x 10⅛ in. (28.9 x 25.7 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.126.2

John La Farge (American, 1835–1910, hon. 1896, hon. 1901) The Good Knight, ca. 1899 Watercolor and gouache with traces of graphite, 20½ x 10⅜ in. (52.1 x 26.4 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.162.2 (ill. p. 20) Abby Leigh (American, born 1948) My Personal Atlas, 2003 Collage with pen and Chinese ink, 10½ x 14½ in. (26.6 x 36.9 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.14 Jane Logemann (American, born 1942) Human—Hebrew, 1990 Chinese ink and wash on linen, 1613⁄16 x 11¾ in. (42.7 x 29.9 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.12

Childe Hassam Field of Poppies, Isles of Shoals, 1890 David Jorisz. The Raising of Lazarus, ca. 1530s

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Stephen Longstreet (American, 1907–2002) 17 drawings, ca. 1925–35 Watercolors, some with black ink and crayon, ranging from 11⅞ x 11⅞ in. (30.2 x 30.2 cm) to 24 x 1713⁄16 in. (61 x 45.2 cm) Transfer from the Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, Arts of the Book Collection, 2008.223.1–.17 Sylvia Plimack Mangold (American, born 1938, b.f.a. 1961) Untitled, 1993 Watercolor, 1211⁄16 x 1213⁄16 in. (32.2 x 32.6 cm) Gift of Ruth Stanton, 2010.23.1 Reginald Marsh (American, 1898–1954, b.a. 1920) Reclining Nude, 1953–54 Ink and graphite, 81⁄16 x 101⁄16 in. (20.5 x 25.5 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.3 Michael Mazur (American, 1935–2009, b.f.a. 1960, m.f.a. 1961) Untitled, 1964 Charcoal, 20⅛ x 19 in. (51.1 x 48.2 cm) Gift of Berit Lytle, b.f.a. 1959, m.f.a. 1961, and Richard Lytle, b.f.a. 1957, m.f.a. 1960, 2010.2.2 Michael Mazur (American, 1935–2009, b.f.a. 1960, m.f.a. 1961) Untitled, ca. 1964 Charcoal, 25 x 191⁄16 in. (63.5 x 48.4 cm) Gift of Berit Lytle, b.f.a. 1959, m.f.a. 1961, and Richard Lytle, b.f.a. 1957, m.f.a. 1960, 2010.2.1 (ill. p. 52) George Nama (American, born 1939) Untitled, 2005 Gouache and black chalk on a book page, 93⁄16 x 65⁄16 in. (23.4 x 16.1 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.13

Louis I. Kahn Pyramids at Giza, 1951

Karel Nel (South African, born 1955) House of the Breath, Zanzibar, 1996 Pastel and sprayed pigment on bonded fiber fabric, 843⁄16 x 653⁄16 in. (213.9 x 165.5 cm) Gift of Susan L. and Mortimer B. Fuller III, 2009.108.1 Thomas Nozkowski (American, born 1944) Untitled (V-95), 1994 Graphite, ink, and gouache, 1015⁄16 x 13⅞ in. (27.8 x 35.3 cm) Gift of the artist, 2010.29.1 Henry Charles Pearson (American, 1914–2006, m.f.a. 1938) Geometric Abstraction, ca. 1958 Crayon and black ballpoint pen, 111⁄16 x 89⁄16 in. (28.1 x 21.7 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.7 Henry Charles Pearson (American, 1914–2006, m.f.a. 1938) 37 postcards to Sol LeWitt, 1971–91 Mixed media on postcards, ranging from 3⅜ x 5⅜ in. (8.6 x 13.7 cm) to 5¾ x 4⅜ in. (14.6 x 11.1 cm) Gift of the LeWitt Collection, Chester, Conn., 2010.15.1–.37

Stephen Prina (American, born 1954) Exquisite Corpse: The Complete Paintings of Manet #77 of 556, Le combat du “Kearsarge” et de “l’Alabama” (Battle of the Kearsarge and the Alabama), 1864, The John G. Johnson Art Collection, Philadelphia, PA, December 10, 1989, 1989 Ink wash, 5211⁄16 x 4913⁄16 in. (133.8 x 126.5 cm); offset lithograph, 26⅛ x 3211⁄16 in. (66.3 x 83 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.10a–b Paul Rudolph (American, 1918–1997) Sketch for the Yale Art and Architecture Building, 1959 Graphite on tissue paper, 8⅞ x 13⅜ in. (22.5 x 34 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Walter E. Langsam, m.a. 1968, 2009.212.1 Eero Saarinen (American, born Finland, 1910–1961) Acropolis, ca. 1935 Watercolor with traces of charcoal, 149⁄16 x 2111⁄16 in. (37 x 55.1 cm) Gift of Richard Nash Gould, b.a. 1968, m.arch. 1972, 2010.61.1 Herman Saftleven II (Dutch, 1609–1685) Two Boats near Shore, One Having Pitch Burned, ca. 1640–70 Charcoal and wash, 39⁄16 x 2⅜ in. (9 x 6.1 cm) Gift of Otto Naumann, ph.d. 1979, in memory of Charles Ryskamp, 2010.67.1

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Michael Mazur Untitled, ca. 1964 Sewell Sillman S, from the group of 8 drawings, 1958

Sewell Sillman (American, 1924–1992, b.f.a. 1951, m.f.a. 1953) 8 drawings, 1957–77 Pen, ink, and graphite, ranging from 18⅜ x 30⅛ in. (46.6 x 76.5 cm) to 30 x 22 in. (76.2 x 55.9 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2009.187.1–.8 Sewell Sillman (American, 1924–1992, b.f.a. 1951, m.f.a. 1953) 8 drawings, 1958–64 Pen and ink, ranging from 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm) to 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.7 cm) Gift of the Sewell Sillman Foundation, 2009.186.1–.8 Frederick Sommer (American, born Italy, 1905–1999) Untitled, 1991 Collage on gray paper, 13 x 15 in. (33 x 38.1 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.30.1 Frederick Sommer (American, born Italy, 1905–1999) Untitled, 1995 Collage on black paper, 13⅜ x 1013⁄16 in. (34 x 27.5 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.30.2 (ill. p. 53)

Sewell Sillman Untitled, from the group of 8 drawings, 1960

Frederick Sommer (American, born Italy, 1905–1999) Untitled, 1996 Collage on black paper, 135⁄16 x 16¾ in. (33.8 x 42.5 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.30.3 Frederick Sommer (American, born Italy, 1905–1999) Untitled, 1997 Collage, 8¾ x 6⅝ in. (22.2 x 16.9 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.30.4 (ill. p. 53)

Philip Taaffe (American, born 1955) Untitled, 1993 Mixed media, 269⁄16 x 20⅞ in. (67.5 x 53 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.39 Pavel Tchelitchew (American, born Russia, 1898–1957) 27 drawings, 1926–49 Mixed media, ranging from 713⁄16 x 10¾ in. (19.8 x 27.3 cm) to 259⁄16 x 19⅛ in. (65 x 48.5 cm) From the collection of Richard Park Beard, 2009.188.1–.27 (ill. p. 53)

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Frederick Sommer Untitled, 1995 Frederick Sommer Untitled, 1997 Pavel Tchelitchew Riddle of Daedalus, from the group of 27 drawings, 1945

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prints, drawings, and photographs

John Trumbull (American, 1756–1843) Major General Nathanael Greene, ca. 1791 Graphite, 3 x 4¾ in. (7.6 x 12.1 cm) Purchased with gifts from Professor Jerome J. Pollitt, b.a. 1957, in memory of his mother, Doris Jordan Pollitt; Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965; Evelyn H. and Robert W. Doran, b.a. 1955; Joseph G. Fogg III, b.a. 1968; Lionel Goldfrank III, b.a. 1965; Mrs. William S. Kilroy; and Ferdinand T. Stent, b.a. 1961; and with the Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.75.2
John Trumbull Major General Nathanael Greene, ca. 1791 John Trumbull Samuel Chase, ca. 1791 John Trumbull Brigadier General John Glover, 1794

John Trumbull (American, 1756–1843) Samuel Chase, ca. 1791 Graphite, 5 x 3⅛ in. (12.7 x 7.9 cm) Purchased with gifts from Professor Jerome J. Pollitt, b.a. 1957, in memory of his mother, Doris Jordan Pollitt; Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965; Evelyn H. and Robert W. Doran, b.a. 1955; Joseph G. Fogg III, b.a. 1968; Lionel Goldfrank III, b.a. 1965; Mrs. William S. Kilroy; and Ferdinand T. Stent, b.a. 1961; and with the Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.75.3 John Trumbull (American, 1756–1843) Brigadier General John Glover, 1794 Graphite, 415⁄16 x 4 in. (12.5 x 10.1 cm) Purchased with gifts from Professor Jerome J. Pollitt, b.a. 1957, in memory of his mother, Doris Jordan Pollitt; Peter B. Cooper, b.a. 1960, ll.b. 1964, m.u.s. 1965; Evelyn H. and Robert W. Doran, b.a. 1955; Joseph G. Fogg III, b.a. 1968; Lionel Goldfrank III, b.a. 1965; Mrs. William S. Kilroy; and Ferdinand T. Stent, b.a. 1961; and with the Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.75.1 Francesco Vanni (Italian, 1563–1610) Studies for Christ Giving a New Heart to Saint Catherine of Siena (recto) and God the Father in the Air with Arms Outstretched (verso), ca. 1580s Black chalk, 6⅝ x 815⁄16 in. (16.8 x 22.7 cm) Frederick M. Clapp, b.a. 1901, m.a. 1911, Fund, 2010.37.1 (ill. p. 55)

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Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Untitled, 1984 Charcoal, 4111⁄16 x 29⅝ in. (105.9 x 75.2 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.40 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Potential Surface of Density, 1995 Ink, oil crayon, and acrylic, 26⅛ x 401⁄16 in. (66.4 x 101.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.41

multiples
Kiki Smith (American, born 1954) Untitled, 1991 High-fired enamel on glass, 18 x 18 in. (45.7 x 45.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.11

photographs
Marian Hooper Adams, called Clover Adams (American, 1843–1885) 7 photographs from honeymoon trip up the Nile, 1872 Albumen prints, each 413⁄16 x 7¾ in. (12.3 x 19.7 cm) Gift of Angela Jane Weisl in memory of Barbara and Edwin L. Weisl, Jr., b.a. 1951, 2009.97.2–.8 Robert Adams (American, born 1937) 26 photographs, 1968–2008 Gelatin silver prints, ranging from 4⅛ x 6 in. (10.5 x 15.3 cm) to 8¾ x 10⅞ in. (22.3 x 27.7 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.204.1–.26 Robert Adams (American, born 1937) Sea Stories, ca. 1997–2001, printed 2005–8 106 gelatin silver prints, ranging from 711⁄16 x 5⅛ in. (19.5 x 13 cm) to 91⁄16 x 11¼ in. (23 x 28.5 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2009.195.1–.106 (ill. p. 56)

Francesco Vanni Studies for Christ Giving a New Heart to Saint Catherine of Siena (recto) and God the Father in the Air with Arms Outstretched (verso), ca. 1580s

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Robert Adams (American, born 1937) This Day, 1999–2009 62 gelatin silver prints, ranging from 71⁄16 x 5¼ in. (17.9 x 13.4 cm) to 11 x 14 in. (27.9 x 35.6 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.47.1.1–.62 Darren Almond (British, born 1971) Fullmoon@Ribblehead, 2004 Chromogenic print, 49¾ x 49¾ in. (126.3 x 126.3 cm) Gift of Gretchen and John Berggruen, 2009.197.1 Dag Alveng (Norwegian, born 1953) Rock and Ocean, Koster, from the series Summerlight, 1996 Gelatin silver print, 1811⁄16 x 23¼ in. (47.5 x 59 cm) Gift of Kaare Rafoss, 2010.104.1 David E. Apter (American, 1924–2010, hon. 1969) Uganda Voters Listening to Speeches, 1956 Gelatin silver print, 133⁄16 x 10⅜ in. (33.5 x 26.4 cm) Gift of David E. Apter, hon. 1969, 2010.8.1 Nicholas Barker (British, active since 1990) Windows #20, from the series Unmade Beds, 1996–98 Chromogenic print, 6¾ x 11 in. (17.1 x 28 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.1 Nicholas Barker (British, active since 1990) Windows #36, from the series Unmade Beds, 1996–98 Chromogenic print, 6¾ x 11 in. (17.1 x 28 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.2 Richard Benson (American, born 1943, hon. 1996) 18 photographs, ca. 2007 Multiple-impression pigmented ink-jet prints, ranging from 81⁄16 x 121⁄16 in. (20.4 x 30.6 cm) to 177⁄16 x 1111⁄16 in. (44.3 x 29.7 cm) Gift of Maria and Lee Friedlander, hon. 2004, 2009.141.1–.18 (ill. p. 57)

Robert Adams 3 photographs from the series Sea Stories, ca. 1997–2001, printed 2005–8

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Richard Benson (American, born 1943, hon. 1996) 10 photographs, ca. 2007 Multiple-impression pigmented ink-jet prints, ranging from 11⅝ x 17⅜ in. (29.5 x 44.1 cm) to 17⅜ x 11⅝ in. (44.2 x 29.5 cm) Gift of Deborah Flomenhaft and Tod Papageorge, hon. 1979, 2009.173.1–.10 Zeke Berman (American, born 1951) Knotted Shirt, 1997 Gelatin silver print, 12⅝ x 359⁄16 in. (32 x 90.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.3 Marilyn Bridges (American, born 1948) Sand-Covered Ruins, Casma Valley, Peru, 1989 Gelatin silver print, 223⁄16 x 1713⁄16 in. (56.4 x 45.3 cm) Gift of Elena Pollack (née Avitabile), b.s. 1985, and Richard A. Pollack, m.a. 1964, ph.d. 1967, 2009.175.1 Rudy Burckhardt (American, born Switzerland, 1914–1999) Flatiron in Summer, 1947–48 Gelatin silver print, 97⁄16 x 71⁄16 in. (23.9 x 17.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.214.2 Andrew Bush (American, born 1956, m.f.a. 1982) Family traveling northwest at 63 mph on Interstate 244 near Yale Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at approximatley 4:15 p.m. on the last day of 1991, from the series Drive, 1991 Digital chromogenic print, 30 x 44⅝ in. (76.2 x 113.35 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2009.205.1 Harry Callahan (American, 1912–1999) Cape Cod, 1972, printed later Gelatin silver print, 9⅝ x 12⅝ in. (24.4 x 32.1 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.3

Richard Benson Yellow Mooring Hoist, from the group of 18 photographs, ca. 2007 Rudy Burckhardt Flatiron in Summer, 1947–48

Chan Chao (American, born Burma 1966) Thaung Tin and Friend, from the series Burma: Something Went Wrong, 1997, printed 2001 Chromogenic print, 3215⁄16 x 2615⁄16 in. (83.7 x 68.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.4 Chan Chao (American, born Burma 1966) Young Buddhist Monk, from the series Burma: Something Went Wrong, 1997, printed 2001 Chromogenic print, 3215⁄16 x 2615⁄16 in. (83.7 x 68.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.5

William Christenberry (American, born 1936) 8 photographs, 1996–2003 Chromogenic prints, ranging from 18¼ x 231⁄16 in. (46.3 x 58.5 cm) to 231⁄16 x 18¼ in. (58.5 x 46.3 cm) Gift of Maria and Lee Friedlander, hon. 2004, 2009.141.19–.26 Lois Conner (American, born 1951, m.f.a. 1981) Huang Shan, Anhui, China, 1984 Platinum-palladium print, 1613⁄16 x 65⁄16 in. (42.7 x 16 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.6

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Gregory Crewdson Untitled (debutante), 2007

William Eggleston Untitled, from the portfolio Los Alamos (Cousins), 1966–74, printed 2002 William Eggleston Untitled, Tennessee, 1982, printed 2002

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Linda S. Connor (American, born 1944) Jain Nuns, India, 1979 Gold-toned gelatin silver print, 711⁄16 x 911⁄16 in. (19.5 x 24.6 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.7 Linda S. Connor (American, born 1944) Muhammed Ali Mosque, Cairo, Egypt, 1989 Gold-toned gelatin silver print, 713⁄16 x 9¾ in. (19.9 x 24.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.8 Linda S. Connor (American, born 1944) Morning Light, Nako, Spiti, India, 1994 Gold-toned gelatin silver print, 7¾ x 99⁄16 in. (19.7 x 24.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.9 Linda S. Connor (American, born 1944) Sacred Text, Ethiopian Church, Jerusalem, 1995 Gold-toned gelatin silver print, 715⁄16 x 9⅞ in. (20.2 x 25.1 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.10 Gregory Crewdson (American, born 1962, m.f.a. 1988) Untitled (the fort), 2006 Pigmented ink-jet print, 587⁄16 x 89½ in. (148.5 x 227.3 cm) Gift of Gretchen and John Berggruen, 2009.197.3 Gregory Crewdson (American, born 1962, m.f.a. 1988) Untitled (debutante), 2007 Pigmented ink-jet print, 587⁄16 x 89½ in. (148.5 x 227.3 cm) Gift of Gretchen and John Berggruen, 2009.197.2 (ill. p. 58) Bruce Davidson (American, born 1933) Untitled (Cathy and Cigarette Machine), from the series Brooklyn Gang, 1959, printed later Gelatin silver print, 8⅜ x 12⅝ in. (21.3 x 32 cm) The Heinz Family Fund, 2009.214.1 William Eggleston (American, born 1939) Untitled, from the portfolio Los Alamos (Cousins), 1966–74, printed 2002 Dye-transfer print, 121⁄16 x 17⅞ in. (30.6 x 45.4 cm) The Heinz Family Fund, 2009.156.1 (ill. p. 58) William Eggleston (American, born 1939) Untitled, Tennessee, 1982, printed 2002 Dye-transfer print, 143⁄16 x 21⅞ in. (36.1 x 55.6 cm) The Heinz Family Fund, 2009.156.2 (ill. p. 58) Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) Truck and Sign, 1928–30 Gelatin silver print, 51⁄16 x 97⁄16 in. (12.9 x 23.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.163.1 Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) Battlefield Monument, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1936 Gelatin silver print on postcard stock, 37⁄16 x 57⁄16 in. (8.7 x 13.8 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.112.1

Louis Faurer Lexington Avenue, NYC, ca. 1953, printed ca. 1970s

Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) 21 photographs, 1973–74 SX-70 Polaroid prints, each 3⅛ x 31⁄16 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.11.1–.21 Louis Faurer (American, 1916–2001) Lexington Avenue, NYC, ca. 1953, printed ca. 1970s Gelatin silver print, 127⁄16 x 85⁄16 in. (31.6 x 21.1 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.157.1 Andreas Feininger (American, born France, 1906–1999) Coney Island, 1949 Gelatin silver print, 7½ x 9½ in. (19.1 x 24.1 cm) Katharine Ordway Fund, 2010.46.1 Lee Friedlander (American, born 1934, hon. 2004) Sonora Desert, Arizona, from the series The Desert Seen, 1995 3 gelatin silver prints, each 1413⁄16 x 14¾ in. (37.7 x 37.5 cm) Gift of Richard Benson, 2009.107.1–.3

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Bill Henson Untitled #83, 1998/99

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Bill Henson Untitled #84, 1999/2000

Lee Friedlander (American, born 1934, hon. 2004) Sonora Desert, Arizona, from the series The Desert Seen, 1995 Gelatin silver print, 1413⁄16 x 1411⁄16 in. (37.6 x 37.3 cm) From the collection of Lara and Peter Constable, 2009.148.1 Lee Friedlander (American, born 1934, hon. 2004) 7 photographs, 2000–2001 Gelatin silver prints, each 1415⁄16 x 14¾ in. (38 x 37.5 cm) Gift of Sandra and William Christenberry, 2009.194.1–.7 William Gedney (American, 1932–1989) Brooklyn Street at Night, 1969, printed 1975 Gelatin silver print, 75⁄16 x 10⅞ in. (18.5 x 27.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.11 Erich Hartmann (American, born Germany, 1922–1999) Train Arriving at Bleecker Street Station, 1991, printed later Gelatin silver print, 81⁄16 x 121⁄16 in. (20.4 x 30.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.12 David Martin Heath (American, born 1931) Subway, 1957 Gelatin silver print, 10 x 613⁄16 in. (25.4 x 17.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.13 David Martin Heath (American, born 1931) Jennine, New York City, 1959, printed 1962 Gelatin silver print, 71⁄16 x 9⅝ in. (17.9 x 24.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.14

David Martin Heath (American, born 1931 Brooklyn, 1964 Gelatin silver print, 713⁄16 x 95⁄16 in. (19.8 x 23.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.15 David Martin Heath (American, born 1931) Untitled [Kansas City, Kansas], 1967, printed 1968 Gelatin silver print, 4⅝ x 6⅞ in. (11.7 x 17.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.16.1 David Martin Heath (American, born 1931) Untitled [Saint Louis, Missouri], 1967, printed 1968 Gelatin silver print, 4⅝ x 6⅞ in. (11.7 x 17.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.16.2 David Martin Heath (American, born 1931) Untitled, probably 1967 Gelatin silver print, 4⅝ x 6⅞ in. (11.7 x 17.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.16.3 Bill Henson (Australian, born 1955) Untitled #83, 1998/99 Chromogenic print, 41 x 6013⁄16 in. (104.2 x 154.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.7 (ill. p. 60) Bill Henson (Australian, born 1955) Untitled #84, 1999/2000 Chromogenic print, 41 x 6013⁄16 in. (104.2 x 154.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.6 (ill. p. 60) Paul Himmel (American, 1914–2009) Under the El, Third Avenue, ca. 1947 Gelatin silver print, 10¼ x 12⅞ in. (26 x 32.7 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.17

Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956) #25, from the series Searching for Gramsci, 2005 Pigmented ink-jet print, 1015⁄16 x 169⁄16 in. (27.8 x 42 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.18 Ronald Jones (American, born 1952) 16 Isarstrasse (XIV), 1991 Photogram, 373⁄16 x 25⅛ in. (94.5 x 63.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.8 Kenneth Josephson (American, born 1932) Chicago, 1961, printed ca. 1970s Gelatin silver print, 81⁄16 x 1115⁄16 in. (20.4 x 30.4 cm) The Heinz Family Fund, 2009.145.1 Attributed to György Kepes (American, born Hungary, 1906–2001) Untitled, ca. 1930–50 Gelatin silver print, 6⅜ x 47⁄16 in. (16.2 x 11.3 cm) Gift of Judith Neisser in memory of Edward Neisser, 2009.216.1 William Klein (American, born 1928) Under the Third Avenue El, 1955, printed later Gelatin silver print, 179⁄16 x 133⁄16 in. (44.6 x 33.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.19 Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) Waiting for Relief Checks, Calipatria, California, 1937, printed ca. 1960s Gelatin silver print, 7¾ x 9⅝ in. (19.7 x 24.5 cm) Purchased with a gift from the Greenberg Foundation and the Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.27.1 (ill. p. 62) Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) Farm Security Administration (FSA) Camp for Migratory Agricultural Workers, Meeting of the Camp Council, Farmersville, California, 1939, printed before 1966 Gelatin silver print, 109⁄16 x 11⅛ in. (26.8 x 28.2 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.112.2

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Dorothea Lange Waiting for Relief Checks, Calipatria, California, 1937, printed ca. 1960s

Lawrence Merrill (American, born 1948) Philip Guston, 1978, printed 2009 Pigmented ink-jet print, 10⅛ x 101⁄16 in. (25.7 x 25.5 cm) Gift of the artist in honor of Wynn Kramarsky, 2009.154.1 Lawrence Merrill (American, born 1948) New York City, 2008, printed 2009 Pigmented ink-jet print, 15 x 211⁄16 in. (38.1 x 53.5 cm) Gift of the artist in honor of Toby Merrill, b.a. 2005, 2009.154.2 Saïd Nuseibeh (Palestinian-American, born 1957) Dome Patterns with Salah Ed-Din’s Inscription, 1992 Silver dye bleach print, 189⁄16 x 14¾ in. (47.1 x 37.4 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.4 Timothy O’Sullivan (American, 1840– 1882) The Wheeler Survey, View on Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Range, Arizona, 1873 Albumen print, 8 x 10⅞ in. (20.3 x 27.6 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.41.1 Scott Peterman (American, born 1968, m.f.a. 1998) Egypt Flats, 2001 Chromogenic print, 30 x 38 in. (76.2 x 96.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.24 Scott Peterman (American, born 1968, m.f.a. 1998) Parker Pond, 2001 Chromogenic print, 30 x 38 in. (76.2 x 96.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.25 Phillip Pisciotta (American, born 1970, m.f.a. 2003) A Purple Heart, 2002 Chromogenic print, 139⁄16 x 16⅞ in. (34.4 x 42.8 cm) The Richard S. Field Fund for Contemporary Photography and Works on Paper, 2009.122.1

Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) Five Members of Ola Self-Help Sawmill Co-op, Gem County, Idaho, 1939 Gelatin silver print, 9¾ x 1213⁄16 in. (24.7 x 32.5 cm) Purchased with a gift from the Greenberg Foundation and the Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.27.2 Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) Tract Living, Near Milpitas, California, 1954 Gelatin silver print, 71⁄16 x 103⁄16 in. (18 x 25.8 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.214.3 Jason Langer (American, born 1967) #7, from the series Shadow, 1993 Gelatin silver print, 16¾ x 13⅞ in. (42.5 x 35.2 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.20 David Levinthal (American, born 1949, m.f.a. 1973) Untitled, from the series The Wild West, 1987–89 Polaroid Polacolor print, 24 x 20 in. (60.9 x 50.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.9 Didier Massard (French, born 1953) Le bonhomme de neige (Snowman), 1993 Silver dye bleach print, 165⁄16 x 203⁄16 in. (41.4 x 51.2 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.21

Ralph Eugene Meatyard (American, 1925–1972) Untitled [Still life with hangers], 1961 Gelatin silver print, 7 x 65⁄16 in. (17.8 x 16 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.22 Ralph Eugene Meatyard (American, 1925–1972) Untitled [Children in masks], 1970–72 Gelatin silver print, 7½ x 711⁄16 in. (19.1 x 19.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.23 Jonas Mekas (American, born Lithuania 1922) John Kennedy Jr., Caroline Kennedy, and Tina Radziwill, three frames from the film This Side of Paradise: Fragments of an Unfinished Biography (1999), 1972, printed 2002 Pigmented ink-jet print, 91⁄16 x 5½ in. (23 x 14 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.2 Jonas Mekas (American, born Lithuania 1922) Montauk, three frames from the film This Side of Paradise: Fragments of an Unfinished Biography (1999), 1972, printed 2002 Pigmented ink-jet print, 9 x 5½ in. (22.8 x 14 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.1

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Phillip Pisciotta (American, born 1970, m.f.a. 2003) Three Men Waiting, 2002 Chromogenic print, 1811⁄16 x 2711⁄16 in. (47.4 x 70.4 cm) The Richard S. Field Fund for Contemporary Photography and Works on Paper, 2009.122.3 Phillip Pisciotta (American, born 1970, m.f.a. 2003) Jessie and Russell, 2003 Chromogenic print, 123⁄16 x 97⁄16 in. (30.9 x 23.9 cm) The Richard S. Field Fund for Contemporary Photography and Works on Paper, 2009.122.2 Walter Rosenblum (American, born 1919) Chick’s Candy Store, Pitt Street, New York, 1938 Gelatin silver print, 71⁄16 x 87⁄16 in. (18 x 21.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.26 Joe Rosenthal (American, 1911–2006) Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, 1945 Gelatin silver print, 97⁄16 x 711⁄16 in. (23.9 x 19.5 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.124.1

Clifford Ross (American, born 1952, b.a. 1974) Mountain I, from the series Mountains, 2004 Chromogenic print, 72⅜ x 138⅞ in. (183.8 x 352.7 cm) Gift of Gretchen and John Berggruen, 2009.197.4 Stephen Shore (American, born 1947) Twelve Photographs, 1974–76 Chromogenic prints in a portfolio case, 219⁄16 x 17 x 2⅜ in. (54.8 x 43.2 x 6 cm) Gift of Alice and Gregory Gooding, j.d. 1987, 2009.180.1.1–.12 Kiki Smith (American, born 1954) Sleeping Witch, 2000 Chromogenic print, 15⅞ x 23¾ in. (40.3 x 60.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.27 (ill. p. 64) Mark Steinmetz (American, born 1961, m.f.a. 1986) Knoxville, Tennessee, 1992 Gelatin silver print, 121⁄16 x 17 in. (30.6 x 43.2 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2009.145.3

Mark Steinmetz (American, born 1961, m.f.a. 1986) Knoxville, Tennessee, 1992 Gelatin silver print, 177⁄16 x 1115⁄16 in. (44.3 x 30.3 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2009.145.4 Mark Steinmetz (American, born 1961, m.f.a. 1986) Venice, California, 1994 Gelatin silver print, 12 x 1615⁄16 in. (30.5 x 43 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2009.145.5 Mark Steinmetz (American, born 1961, m.f.a. 1986) Athens, Georgia, 1996 Gelatin silver print, 12⅞ x 173⁄16 in. (32.7 x 43.7 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2009.145.2 (ill. p. 64) Mark Steinmetz (American, born 1961, m.f.a. 1986) Atlanta, Georgia, 2007 Gelatin silver print, 17¼ x 12 in. (43.8 x 30.5 cm) Gift of the artist, 2009.76.1

Clifford Ross Mountain I, from the series Mountains, 2004

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Kiki Smith Sleeping Witch, 2000

Louis Stettner (American, born 1922) Manhattan, ca. early 1980s Gelatin silver print, 173⁄16 x 119⁄16 in. (43.7 x 29.3 cm) Gift of Elena Pollack (née Avitabile), b.s. 1985, and Richard A. Pollack, m.a. 1964, ph.d. 1967, 2009.175.2 Philip Trager (American, born 1935) West 122nd Street, from the series New York, 1979, printed 1980 Gelatin silver print, 11⅝ x 15 in. (29.6 x 38.1 cm) Gift of Ina and Robert Jaffee, b.a. 1987, m.p.p.m 1994, 2009.164.1

Mark Steinmetz Athens, Georgia, 1996

Philip Trager (American, born 1935) Ina, 1982 Gelatin silver print, 12½ x 9¾ in. (31.8 x 24.7 cm) Gift of Ina and Robert Jaffee, b.a. 1987, m.p.p.m 1994, 2009.164.2 Jerry Uelsmann (American, born 1934) Untitled, 1976 Gelatin silver print, 19⅝ x 14½ in. (49.8 x 36.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.13 Jerry Uelsmann (American, born 1934) Untitled, 1986 Gelatin silver print, 19⅛ x 159⁄16 in. (48.5 x 39.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.12 Felice Varini (Swiss, born 1952) Sept couronnes excentriques (Seven Eccentric Crowns), Abbaye Saint-Jean d’Orbestier, Le Château d’Olonne, France, ca. 2006 Pigmented ink-jet print, 24⅝ x 18⅞ in. (62.5 x 48 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2010.31.3 Felice Varini (Swiss, born 1952) Huit rectangles (Eight Rectangles), Musée des Beaux-Arts, Arras, France, ca. 2007 Pigmented ink-jet print, 24⅝ x 19⅛ in. (62.5 x 48.5 cm) Richard Brown Baker, b.a. 1935, Fund, 2010.31.2

Edward Weston Dead Pelican, Point Lobos, 1942

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Various artists (American, 20th century) 8 press photographs concerning the John F. Kennedy assassination, 1963 Gelatin silver prints, some with typewritten captions, sheets ranging from 7 x 9⅛ in. (17.8 x 23.1 cm) to 14 x 11 in. (35.5 x 27.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.124.2.1–.8 Dan Weiner (American, 1919–1959) Women at Grand Central Station, 1953 Gelatin silver print, 915⁄16 x 13½ in. (25.2 x 34.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.28 Edward Weston (American, 1886–1958) Dead Pelican, Point Lobos, 1942 Gelatin silver print, 7⅝ x 99⁄16 in. (19.3 x 24.3 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.159.1 (ill. p. 64) Tom Wood (Irish, active in Wales, born 1951) Untitled (Pink Lipstick), from the series Looking for Love, 1982–85 Chromogenic print, 14 x 20 in. (35.5 x 50.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.30 Tom Wood (Irish, active in Wales, born 1951) Untitled (Tired, Arm around Thigh), from the series Looking for Love, 1982–85 Chromogenic print, 1311⁄16 x 20⅜ in. (34.8 x 51.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.29 Tom Wood (Irish, active in Wales, born 1951) Kirby, 1996, printed 1999 Chromogenic print, 24 x 36 in. (60.9 x 91.4 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.31 Suyeon Yun (Korean, active in America, born 1972, m.f.a. 2008) Kleenex, 2008 Pigmented ink-jet print, 32 x 40 in. (81.3 x 101.6 cm) Gift of the artist, 2010.7.1

Suyeon Yun (Korean, active in America, born 1972, m.f.a. 2008) Velton Lockleer III, 2008 Pigmented ink-jet print, 321⁄16 x 401⁄16 in. (81.4 x 101.8 cm) Gift of the artist, 2010.7.2

Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889–1975) Bookplate for Stanley Durlacher, 1932 Lithograph, 615⁄16 x 51⁄16 in. (17.7 x 12.8 cm) A. Conger Goodyear, b.a. 1899, Fund, 2009.189.1 Jonathan Borofsky (American, born 1942, m.f.a. 1966) I dreamed I was having my photograph taken . . . , 1983 Color screenprint over a unique multicolor open-screen image, 77¾ x 98 in. (197.5 x 248.9 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.1 Jonathan Borofsky (American, born 1942, m.f.a. 1966) Art is for the Spirit No. 3094252, 1989 Color screenprint with silver leaf, 6613⁄16 x 545⁄16 in. (169.7 x 138 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.2 Shawn Kareem Brackat (American, born 1975) Midnight Juba, 2003 Direct gravure etching, 10¾ x 13⅜ in. (27.3 x 34 cm) Gift of Robert Farris Thompson, b.a. 1955, m.a. 1961, ph.d. 1965, 2010.81.1 James Brooks (American, 1906–1992) Comac, 1970 Color lithograph, 2115⁄16 x 303⁄16 in. (55.8 x 76.7 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.2 Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635) La vie de l’enfant prodigue (The Life of the Prodigal Son), 1635 11 etchings, each 2⅜ x 3¼ in. (6.1 x 8.2 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.1.1.1–.11 Agostino Carracci (Italian, 1557–1602) After Francesco Vanni (Italian, 1563–1610) Saint Francis Consoled by a Musical Angel, 1595 Engraving, 12⅜ x 97⁄16 in. (31.5 x 24 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.45.1

prints
Pierre-Michel Alix (French, 1762–1817) Jean Duplessis-Bertaux (French, 1750– 1818) After Henri Nicolas van Gorp (ca. 1756– after 1819) Les consuls: Cambarcérès, Bonaparte, Lebrun, ca. 1803 Color etching and aquatint, 1511⁄16 x 11 in. (39.9 x 27.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.111.2 John Taylor Arms (American, 1887–1953) Plumed Serpent, Chichen Itza, 1940 Etching, 115⁄16 x 2½ in. (4.9 x 6.4 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.2 William Bailey (American, born 1930, b.f.a. 1955, m.f.a. 1957) Borgo, 2005 Etching and aquatint, 67⁄16 x 415⁄16 in. (16.4 x 12.6 cm) Gift of Allan Appel and Suzanne Boorsch, 2009.116.1 Fred Becker (American, 1914–2004) Fandango, 1949 Color engraving and soft-ground etching, 17⅝ x 1413⁄16 in. (44.8 x 37.6 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.1 Lynda Benglis (American, born 1941) Barrier Wave I, 1993 Color lithograph, 23⅜ x 35¾ in. (59.4 x 90.8 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.43.1

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Claude Gillot Arlequin esprit folet (Mischievous Harlequin), ca. 1716–18

Nicole Eisenman (American, born France 1963) Worst Case Scenario, 2009 Etching, 8⅞ x 113⁄16 in. (22.6 x 28.4 cm) Print Catalyst Program, 2009.208.1 Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994) Untitled, 1976 Color lithograph, 223⁄16 x 30¼ in. (56.4 x 76.9 cm) Gift of the Sam Francis Foundation, 2010.42.2 Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994) Untitled, 1976 Color lithograph, 271⁄16 x 351⁄16 in. (68.7 x 89.1 cm) Gift of the Sam Francis Foundation, 2010.42.3

José Luis Cuevas (Mexican, born 1934) Autorretrato con Rembrandt y Saskia (SelfPortrait with Rembrandt and Saskia), 1978 Color etching, aquatint, and spit bite, 1913⁄16 x 15⅝ in. (50.4 x 39.7 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.11 Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879) Chinois causant politique (Chinese Talking Politics), from the series Voyage en Chine (Voyage to China), 1843–44 Lithograph, 1013⁄16 x 143⁄16 in. (27.4 x 36.1 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.5 Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879) La douane (Customs), from the series Voyage en Chine (Voyage to China), 1843–44 Lithograph, 143⁄16 x 10⅝ in. (36 x 27 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.4 Giovanni David (Italian, 1743–1790) After Andrea Mantegna (Italian, ca. 1431–1506) Martirio di S. Jacopo Apostolo dipinto a fresco da Andrea Mantegna nella Chiesa degli Eremitani di Padova (Martyrdom of Saint James the Apostle Painted after the Fresco by Andrea Mantegna in the Church of the Eremitani, Padua), 1776 Etching, 12⅞ x 15⅝ in. (32.7 x 39.7 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.2

Jan van Doetechum (Dutch, 1554–1600) Lucas van Doetechum (Dutch, died before 1584) After Hans Vredeman de Vries (Dutch, 1527–ca. 1606) The Massacre of the Triumvirate, ca. 1554–70 Etching and engraving, 12⅞ x 16 7⁄16 in. (32.7 x 41.7 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.1 Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927–2005) Untitled, 1956 Color lithograph, 17¾ x 131⁄16 in. (45.1 x 33.1 cm) Gift of Ellen M. Iseman, b.a. 1976, in loving memory of her mother, Marjorie Frankenthaler Iseman, 2009.144.1 Cornelis Dusart (Dutch, 1660–1704) L’enfance (Childhood), from the series Les quatres ages de la vie humaine (The Four Ages of Man), after 1685 Mezzotint, 10 x 73⁄16 in. (25.4 x 18.3 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.2 Nicole Eisenman (American, born France 1963) Brooklyn Beer Garden, 2009 Etching and spit bite with burnishing, 15⅛ x 12 in. (38.4 x 30.5 cm) Print Catalyst Program, 2009.208.2

Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994) Untitled, 1980 Color lithograph, 27⅝ x 39¾ in. (70.2 x 101 cm) Gift of the Sam Francis Foundation, 2010.42.4 Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994) Deep Ground, 1982 Color lithograph, 60 x 50 in. (152.4 x 127 cm) Gift of the Sam Francis Foundation, 2010.42.5 Claude Gillot (French, 1673–1722) Arlequin esprit folet (Mischievous Harlequin), ca. 1716–18 Etching with burnishing, 715⁄16 x 95⁄16 in. (20.1 x 23.6 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.111.1 Felix Gonzalez-Torres (American, born Cuba, 1958–1996) Sheet from the installation Untitled (Death by Gun), 1990 Offset photolithograph, 449⁄16 x 33⅛ in. (113.2 x 84.1 cm) Gift of Allan Appel and Suzanne Boorsch, 2009.116.2

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Joe Goode (American, born 1937) Untitled, from the series Wash and Tear, 1975 Color screenprint on silk, double-layered and torn, 38⅛ x 51 in. (96.8 x 129.5 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Dudley E. Morris, b.a. 1960, 2009.113.1 April Gornik (American, born 1953) Silhouetted Trees, 2003 Soft-ground etching with spit bite and white ground, 26⅞ x 20¾ in. (68.2 x 52.7 cm) Gift of Pace Editions, Inc., 2009.171.1 April Gornik (American, born 1953) Sky through Trees, 2003 Soft-ground etching with spit bite and white ground, 26⅞ x 20¾ in. (68.3 x 52.7 cm) Gift of Pace Editions, Inc., 2009.171.3 Cleve Gray (American, 1918–2004) Untitled, 1985 Color lithograph, 2915⁄16 x 221⁄16 in. (76 x 56 cm) Gift of Ellen M. Iseman, b.a. 1976, in loving memory of her mother, Marjorie Frankenthaler Iseman, 2009.144.3 David Hare (American, 1917–1992) Face, 1992 Color woodcut on Japanese paper, sheet 25⅞ x 1713⁄16 in. (65.7 x 45.3 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.9 Robin Holder (American, born 1952) Making Time IX, from the series Warrior Women Wizards: Mystical Magical Mysteries, 1990 Stencil monotype, sheet 43½ x 2913⁄16 in. (110.5 x 75.8 cm) Gift of Robert E. Steele, m.p.h. 1971, m.s. 1974, ph.d. 1975, 2010.52.2 Joel Janowitz (American, born 1945) Diner Landscape, 2007 Monotype, sheet 225⁄16 x 30 in. (56.7 x 76.2 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.59.1

William Kentridge (South African, born 1955) General, 1993–98 Drypoint with watercolor wash, sheet 47¼ x 31½ in. (120 x 80 cm) A. Conger Goodyear, b.a. 1899, Fund, 2009.133.1 Max Klinger (German, 1857–1920) Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg (Field Marshal von Hindenburg), publicity poster for the 7th War Bond, 1917 Etching and aquatint, 139⁄16 x 913⁄16 in. (34.4 x 24.9 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.6 Max Klinger (German, 1857–1920) Im Unterstand (In the Dugout), from the Sächsischer Ausschuß für Kunst ins Feld (Saxon Commission for Art in the Battlefield), 1917 Etching and aquatint, 913⁄16 x 7⅜ in. (25 x 18.8 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.5

Mauricio Lasansky (American, born 1914) La lágrima (The Tear), 1945 Color engraving, etching, and aquatint with embossing, scraper work, and burnishing, 10½ x 131⁄16 in. (26.6 x 33.2 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.3 Charles-Lucien Léandre (French, 1862–1930) La Nativité (The Nativity), ca. 1890s Lithograph, 17¾ x 2313⁄16 in. (45.1 x 60.5 cm) Transfer from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 2009.80.1 Morton Levin (American, born 1923) The Judge; The Philosopher; The Politician; The Merchant; and The Physician, 1968 Color etchings, ranging from 117⁄16 x 8¾ in. (29.1 x 22.2 cm) to 11⅞ x 8½ in. (30.1 x 21.6 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Morton Levin, 2009.90.1–.5

William Kentridge General, 1993–98

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Claes Oldenburg Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks (1969), 1972

José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883–1949) Hombre con manos sobre la cara (Man with Hands in front of His Face), 1929 Lithograph, 15⅞ x 113⁄16 in. (40.3 x 28.4 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.38.1 Henry Charles Pearson (American, 1914– 2006, m.f.a. 1938) Trinity III—Variant, ca. 1960s Color screenprint, 14 x 181⁄16 in. (35.6 x 45.8 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.8 Gabor Peterdi (American, born Hungary, 1915–2001) Portfolio of Five Prints, 1952 Color etchings with engraving, ranging from 13⅞ x 16¾ in. (35.2 x 42.5 cm) to 17⅞ x 13¼ in. (45.4 x 33.7 cm) Gift of Joan Peterdi, 2009.89.1.1–.5 (ill. p. 71) Gabor Peterdi (American, born Hungary, 1915–2001) Haiku Garden I, 1972 Drypoint, 21⅞ x 279⁄16 in. (55.6 x 70 cm) Gift of Berit Lytle, b.f.a. 1959, m.f.a. 1961, and Richard Lytle, b.f.a. 1957, m.f.a. 1960, 2010.2.3 Michael Ponce de Leon (American, born 1922) Maelstrom, ca. 1955–75 Collograph, 247⁄16 x 18⅞ in. (62 x 48 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.6 Richard J. Powell (American, born 1953, m.a. 1982, m.phil. 1984, ph.d. 1988) Grace, 1987 Etching and aquatint, sheet 29⅝ x 41⅝ in. (75.2 x 105.8 cm) Gift of Teresa Grana, 2010.28.1 Martin Puryear (American, born 1941, b.f.a. 1971, m.f.a. 1971, hon. 1994) Black Cart, 2008 Color aquatint with chine collé, 24 x 18 in. (60.9 x 45.7 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.58.2

Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883) Le philosophe, 1865–66, printed 1894 Etching and drypoint, 12½ x 9⅜ in. (31.8 x 23.8 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.6 Sylvia Plimack Mangold (American, born 1938, b.f.a. 1961) Pin Oak Crown, 2006 Color aquatint and drypoint, sheet 1713⁄16 x 2311⁄16 in. (45.2 x 60.2 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.22.1 Sylvia Plimack Mangold (American, born 1938, b.f.a. 1961) Summer Maple, 2008 Color aquatint and drypoint, 16⅞ x 20⅞ in. (42.8 x 53.1 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.22.2 Boris Margo (American, 1902–1995) A Figure, 1964 Inkless cellocut, sheet 2915⁄16 x 19⅛ in. (76 x 48.6 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.4

Steve Mayo (American, born 1937) DUO, 2008 Color collograph, 17⅛ x 24⅝ in. (43.5 x 62.5 cm) (irreg.) Gift of Robert E. Steele, m.p.h. 1971, m.s. 1974, ph.d. 1975, 2010.52.1 Michael Mazur (American, 1935–2009, b.f.a. 1960, m.f.a. 1961) Self-Portrait, 1987 Monotype, 18⅛ x 18⅛ in. (46 x 46 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.5 Claes Oldenburg (American, born Sweden 1929, b.a. 1950) Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks (1969), 1972 Lithograph with hand additions, 30 x 223⁄16 in. (76.2 x 56.4 cm) Gift of Barbara Bertozzi Castelli, 2009.88.1

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Marc Quinn (British, born 1964) Emotional Detoxification, 1995 Portfolio of 10 soft-ground etchings, each 29¾ x 2313⁄16 in. (75.6 x 60.5 cm) Gift of Carol H. Smith and Pierce Smith, b.s. 1966, 2010.48.1.1.1–.10 Paul Reimund (German, 1763–1815) Sheet of metallic varnish paper with illustrations of daily activities, ca. 1783–95 Woodblock print with metallic ink on blue paste paper, 12⅜ x 149⁄16 in. (31.5 x 37 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.44.3 Luigi Sabatelli I (Italian, 1772–1850) Saint John’s Vision of the Seven Candlesticks, 1809–10 Etching and engraving, 251⁄16 x 181⁄16 in. (63.6 x 45.8 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.3 Peri Schwartz (American, born 1951) Bottles & Jars XIIIb, 2009 Monotype, 155⁄16 x 233⁄16 in. (38.9 x 58.9 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.9.1

Peri Schwartz (American, born 1951) Marieke II, 2009 Monotype, 325⁄16 x 20⅞ in. (82.1 x 53 cm) Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund, 2010.9.2 Richard Serra (American, born 1939, b.f.a. 1962, m.f.a. 1964, hon. 2009) Galileo Galilei, 2001 Photogravure, 12⅜ x 93⁄16 in. (31.4 x 23.3 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.3 Shahzia Sikander (Pakistani-American, born 1969) Flight ’01, from the portfolio No Parking Anytime, 2001 Aquatint, spit bite, and etching, 103⁄16 x 7½ in. (25.8 x 19 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.6 Amy Sillman (American, born 1966) N & V, 2007 Color soft-ground etching with soapground and spit bite, 25⅞ x 1913⁄16 in. (65.8 x 50.3 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.167.1

Vincent DaCosta Smith (American, 1929–2003) Eight Etchings, 1965–66, printed 1994 Portfolio of 8 etchings, ranging from 45⁄16 x 81⁄16 in. (11 x 20.5 cm) to 615⁄16 x 8¾ in. (17.7 x 22.3 cm) Gift of Carol H. Smith and Pierce R. Smith, b.s. 1966, 2009.168.1.1–.8 Do-Ho Suh (South Korean, active in America, born 1962, m.f.a. 1997) My Country, 2004 Lithograph with hand additions in watercolor, 125⁄16 x 15⅞ in. (31.2 x 40.3 cm) Gift of Bruce Christopher Carr, 2009.131.5 Mark Tobey (American, 1890–1976) They’ve Come Back II, ca. 1971–73 Color aquatint, 239⁄16 x 169⁄16 in. (59.8 x 42 cm) Gift of James N. Heald II, b.s. 1949, 2009.203.7

Marc Quinn Emotional Detoxification, 1995 Amy Sillman N & V, 2007

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Unknown artist (German, active 16th century) Farmer’s Calendar, published by Hans Hofer, 1585 Woodcut with hand additions in gouache, 2011⁄16 x 613⁄16 in. (52.5 x 17.3 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2009.109.1 Jacques Villon (French, 1875–1963) La table au tampon noir (Table with Black Wad), illustration for Jacques Lassaigne’s Éloge de Jacques Villon (Eulogy of Jacques Villon), 1928, printed 1955 Etching and drypoint, 59⁄16 x 47⁄16 in. (14.1 x 11.2 cm) Lawrence and Regina Dubin Family Collection, Gift of Regina and Dr. Lawrence Dubin, b.s. 1955, m.d. 1958, 2010.54.1 Emile Wattier (French, 1800–1868) Le journaliste: Les inconvéniens de la liberté (The Journalist: The Inconveniences of Freedom), ca. 1835 Lithograph, 189⁄16 x 1313⁄16 in. (47.2 x 35.1 cm) Everett V. Meeks, b.a. 1901, Fund, 2010.12.4

Rachel Whiteread (British, born 1963) Demolished, 1996 12 screenprints, each 19¼ x 29¼ in. (48.9 x 74.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.14.1–.12 Rachel Whiteread (British, born 1963) Water Tower Project, 1998 Screenprint with graphite and acrylic resin, 251⁄16 x 203⁄16 in. (63.7 x 51.2 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2009.130.15 Sue Williams (American, born 1954) Orange, Orange, and Wiggly, 2003 Aquatint, 1811⁄16 x 23⅝ in. (47.5 x 60 cm) Gift of Pace Editions, Inc., 2009.171.2 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Untitled (Brooklyn Academy), 1986 Color lithograph, 30⅛ x 227⁄16 in. (76.5 x 57 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.32 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Fourteen Etchings, 1989 14 photogravures with various intaglio elements and chine collé, each 18¾ x 14¼ in. (47.7 x 36.2 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.1–.14 (ill. p. 71)

Unknown artist Farmer’s Calendar, published by Hans Hofer, 1585

Rachel Whiteread Untitled print from the series Demolished, 1996

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Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Furrows, 1989 5 woodcuts, each 25½ x 1911⁄16 in. (64.8 x 50 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.33.1–.5 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Theorem, 1992 Color lithograph, each 3111⁄16 x 48 in. (80.5 x 121.9 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.35 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Locus, 1993 Color lithograph, 2413⁄16 x 3515⁄16 in. (63.1 x 91.3 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.36 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Models for Synthetic Pictures, 1994 12 color etchings with aquatint and chine collé, each 1311⁄16 x 16¾ in. (34.7 x 42.5 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.1–.12 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Glyphs, 1995 6 linocuts on dyed paper, each 2213⁄16 x 16⅞ in. (58 x 42.8 cm) Gift of Susan and Arthur Fleischer, Jr., b.a. 1953, ll.b. 1958, 2010.73.38.1–.6 Terry Winters (American, born 1949) Linking Graphics, 2000 Color etching, sheet 40¼ x 49 in. (102.2 x 124.4 cm) Gift of Abby Claire Johnson, b.a. 1998, 2010.69.1
Terry Winters Untitled, from the series Fourteen Etchings, 1989 Gabor Peterdi Plate for The Purple Claw, shown with its corresponding print from Portfolio of Five Prints, 1952 (details p. 68)

print templates
Gabor Peterdi (American, born Hungary, 1915–2001) Plate for The Purple Claw, 1952 Etched and engraved copper plate, 141⁄16 x 171⁄16 in. (35.7 x 43.4 cm) Gift of Joan Peterdi, 2009.89.2

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photo credits
Every effort has been made to credit the artists and sources; if there are errors or omissions, please contact the Yale University Art Gallery so that corrections can be made in any subsequent editions. Unless otherwise noted, all photographs © Visual Resources Department at the Yale University Art Gallery. © Robert Adams, Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York: p. 56 Mark Barrow: Courtesy the artist and Elizabeth Dee, New York; Photo credit: Tom Powel Imaging, N.Y.: p. 44, bottom right © Richard Benson, Courtesy Pace/ MacGill Gallery, New York: p. 57, top © 2011 Estate of Rudy Burckhardt/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York: p. 57, bottom © 2011 Estate of Scott Burton/Artist Rights Society (ARS), N.Y.: p. 18, right Tony Cragg: © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG BildKunst, Bonn: p. 47, bottom © Gregory Crewdson: p. 58, top Robert W. Ebendorf: Courtesy of the artist: p. 15, left © Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy Cheim & Read New York: p. 58, bottom Louis Faurer: © Mark Faurer: p. 59 Bill Henson: Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney: p. 60 © Thomas Hucker: p. 10, right © Yun-Fei Ji; Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York/Shanghai: p. 43, bottom Mary Reid Kelley: Courtesy of the artist: p. 43, top William Kentridge: Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York: p. 67 © Marvin Lipofsky: p. 12, left Michael Lucero: Courtesy of the artist: p. 19

Kerry James Marshall: Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, N.Y.: p. 45 Courtesy of the Estate of Michael Mazur and Mary Ryan Gallery, New York: p. 52, top left © Thomas Nozkowski, Courtesy The Pace Gallery: p. 44, top © 1972 Claes Oldenburg; Photo courtesy the Oldenburg van Bruggen Foundation: p. 68 © Lari Pittman, Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York: p. 46 © Marc Quinn, Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery, New York: p. 69, left © Clifford Ross: p. 63 © Kiki Smith, Courtesy The Pace Gallery: p. 64, top © Frederick & Frances Sommer Foundation: p. 53, top © Mark Steinmetz: p. 64, center Rachel Whiteread: Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York: p. 70, bottom © Terry Winters/Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York: p. 71, top © Toots Zynsky: p. 13

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